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altECOWAS COURT'S PRESIDENT ATTENDS UNESCO SEMINAR ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION


 The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice Hon. Justice Jerome Traore attended on the 2nd  and 3rd May 2018 a UNESCO seminar on  ``Ensuring the rule of law and fighting impunity: What role for the judiciary in enhancing freedom of expression in Africa?’’.

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alt COURT PRESIDENT JOINS UNESCO PANEL TO DISCUSS ROLE OF THE JUDICIARY IN ENHANCING PRESS FREEDOM

The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Hon. Justice Jerome Traore will be among the discussants at a UNESCO organised seminar on the role of the judiciary in enhancing freedom of expression to be held in Accra on Thursday, 3rd May 2018 to mark the 2018 World Press Freedom Day.


The session which is on the theme: `` Ensuring the rule of law and fighting impunity: What role for the judiciary in enhancing freedom of expression in Africa?’’ will be moderated by Sylvie Coudray, UNESCO’s Chief of Section Freedom of Expression.

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altMALI’S MINISTER EXTOLS THE VALUE OF ECOWAS COURT TO HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION IN THE REGION

Mali’s Minister of Justice, Mr.Hamidou Younoussa Maiga has advocated the establishment of a permanent mechanism for dialogue between the national courts of ECOWAS Member States and the Community Court of Justice to strengthen synergy in the protection of human rights in the region and resolve the recurring challenge of the enforcement of the decisions of the regional court.

Article 24 (3) of the 2005 Supplementary Protocol on the Court imposes on Member States the obligation to enforce decisions of the court through designated national focal points and in accordance with their rules of civil procedure while the initial Protocol on the Court provides that its decisions shall be final and immediately enforceable.

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alt WEST AFRICA’S QUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ONLY FEASIBLE WITH PEACE AND SECURITY

West Africa’s quest to promote respect for human rights and the rule of law can only be successful in an atmosphere devoid of insecurity and political crises, Mali’s Minister of Human Rights, Madam Kadidia Sangare Coulibaly said on Saturday, 22nd April 2018 in Bamako.


It is therefore compelling ‘to win the war’ against the crises in some part of the region in order to pave way for  the emergence of a political environment conducive to the demands of human rights and the rule of law, the minister said while closing the four day international conference of the Community Court of Justice.

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