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Justice Info Comment and Debate - Analysis and major trends in the field of transitional justice

The shrinking African court
Last April Benin and Ivory Coast decided to join Tanzania and Rwanda in preventing citizens and NGOs from bringing cases directly to the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights. Such cases represented the vast majority of those brought before the court since it started to function in 2004. Only six states will now still allow individuals and civil society organizations to bring cases of human rights violations allegedly committed by their own state. So…
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