African Court Starts Public Hearings
The African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights (AfCHPR) has initiated public hearings on three applications lodged before it in Arusha, Tanzania. The three applications include a matter by a Benin national who is alleging that the government has violated his rights by withdrawing his customs license and disrupted his radio and television stations' signals.
African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights President Justice Slyvain Ore (centre) during a training for senior editors and journalists at Mount Meru Hotel in Arusha on September 8, 2016. (file photo).
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