According to Jean Pierre Waboe, Vice-president of the Constitutional Court, the need for "justice" has become more crucial to the Central African Republic due to the breakdown of state control since the resurgence of conflict in 2013, and the consequences thereof.
Central African Republic:
The CAR Provides Hard Lessons On What It Means to Deliver Real Justice
The Conversation Africa, 21 January 2019
The conundrum facing justice in the Central African Republic (CAR) was well summed up by Jean Pierre Waboe, Vice-president of the country's Constitutional Court, whom I… Read more »
Participants at an awareness workshop on the Special Criminal Court held on October 30, 2017 in Bossangoa
Central African Republic:
'Everyone Must Be On Board' for Peace in Central African Republic - UN's Lacroix
UN News, 11 January 2019
The agreement by the Government and armed groups in the Central African Republic to hold talks later this month (CAR) is "an important step to resolve the country's crisis", said… Read more »
140 Rwandan Peacekeepers Depart for CAR Stabilisation Mission
New Times, 18 January 2019
A contingent of 140 Rwanda National Police (RNP) officers under the Specialised Protection Support Unit (PSU IV) yesterday departed to the Central African Republic (CAR) aboard a… Read more »
When Central African Republic lawmaker Alfred Yekatom fired a live round in Parliament less than a month ago, he probably didn't expect to be hauled in front of the ... Read more »
A senior United Nations (UN) official has warned that rising violence in the Central African Republic threatens to destabilise neighbouring countries. This follows a call from ... Read more »
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