LE RESEAU AFRICAIN POUR LA JUSTICE PENALE INTERNATIONALE CONDAMNE LA DECISION DES CHAMBRES PRELIMINAIRES DE LA CPI SUR LEUR REFUS D’OUVRIR UNE ENQUETE EN AFGHANISTAN

  Le 12 avril 2019, la Chambre Préliminaire II de la Cour Pénale Internationale a rejeté la demande du procureur d’ouvrir une enquête sur des crimes présumés du Statut de Rome qui auraient été commis sur le territoire de l’Afghanistan. En novembre 2017, le procureur de la CPI, en vertu de l’article 15, avait demandé …

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AFRICAN NETWORK ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONDEMNS THE DECISION OF THE ICC PRETRIAL CHAMBERS ON THEIR REFUSAL TO OPEN INVESTIGATION IN AFGHANISTAN

Press Statement: 18th April 2019 On the 12th of April 2019, the Pre Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court declined the request of the Prosecutor to open an investigation for alleged Rome Statute Crimes committed on the territory of Afghanistan. Earlier in November 2017, the ICC Prosecutor by virtue of article 15 had …

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LE RESEAU AFRICAIN POUR LA JUSTICE PENALE INTERNATIONALE APPELLE À UNE TRANSITION IMMEDIATE VERS UN REGIME CIVIL

Communiqué de presse, 16 Avril 2019   Le Réseau Africain pour la Justice Pénale Internationale (RAJPI) demande que des mesures soient immédiatement prises pour déconstruire le régime à parti unique, dissoudre le régime militaire ainsi que les institutions financières et judicaires, et mettre en place un gouvernement civil/technocrate de transition pour préparer le terrain politique …

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AFRICAN NETWORK ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE TRANSITION TO CIVILIAN RULE IN SUDAN

    Press Statement 16th April 2019. The African Network on International Criminal Justice (ANICJ) calls for immediate actions to deconstruct the single party deep state, dissolve military regime , financial and legal institutions and form a civilian/technocrats transitional government to prepare the political sphere towards general elections in Sudan. On the 11th of April …

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AFRICAN NETWORK ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE TRANSITION TO CIVILIAN RULE IN SUDAN

    Press Statement 16th April 2019. The African Network on International Criminal Justice (ANICJ) calls for immediate actions to deconstruct the single party deep state, dissolve military regime , financial and legal institutions and form a civilian/technocrats transitional government to prepare the political sphere towards general elections in Sudan. On the 11th of April …

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LE RESEAU AFRICAIN POUR LA JUSTICE PENALE INTERNATIONALE CONDAMNE LA VIOLENCE ET LES MEURTRES AU MALI LE 23 MARS 2019

  Communiqué de presse 28 mars 2019 Le Réseau Africain pour la Justice Pénale Internationale (RAJPI) condamne profondément l’attaque perpétrée le samedi contre le peuple malien. Le massacre qui a eu lieu à Ogossagou dans la région centrale du Mali, a visé la minorité ethnique fulani, faisant plus de 157 morts, dont des femmes et …

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AFRICAN NETWORK ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONDEMNS THE VIOLENCE AND KILLINGS IN MALI ON THE 23RD OF MARCH 2019

    Press release 28th march 2019. The African Network on International Criminal Justice (ANICJ) deeply condemns the Saturday violence attack on the people of Mali. The Massacre that took place in Ogossagou, the central region of Mali, targeted the Fulani ethnic minority leaving over 157 persons dead including women and children. This act has …

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Ivory Coast ex-President Gbagbo acquitted at ICC court in The Hague

15 January 2019 The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague has acquitted Ivory Coast ex-President Laurent Gbagbo. He had been charged with crimes against humanity in connection with violence following a disputed 2010 election that left 3,000 dead and 500,000 displaced. Mr Gbagbo was captured in 2011 in a presidential palace bunker by UN …

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Genocide Survivors Association Launches Career Guidance and Counselling Centre

      The organisation founded by Rwandan graduates who survived the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, which is commonly known by its French acronym of GAERG has unveiled a centre to offer career guidance and counselling services. The Aheza Healing and Career Centre was launched Sunday in Bugesera District near Ntarama Genocide Memorial site. In …

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Rwanda protests Early Release of Genocide Convict Simba

The Government of Rwanda has condemned the early release of genocide convict Aloys Simba by the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (MICT), saying that the decision by its president Judge Theodor Meron, cemented his legacy of undermining international criminal justice. Simba, incarcerated in Benin, was serving a 20-year sentence. His early release by Meron …

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