For justice to be done, it must be seen
Sign up to the newsletter

National tribunals - The country delivers justice through its own courts

Week in Review: “Historic” judgment for Liberia and the ICC under more fire
This week saw transitional justice faced once again with classic tensions between law and politics, justice and peace. As the ICC, supposed to be the “police force” of international justice, came under more fire, a US court delivered an important judgment linked to war crimes in Liberia, a country in the midst of elections where impunity still rules for the crimes of the civil war.  A court in Philadelphia on Wednesday found Mohammed Jabbateh (“Jungle…
by Julia Crawford, JusticeInfo.Net
Read more
Sign up to the newsletter