Ghana's Supreme Court uphold's Mahama's win
Ghana's Supreme Court dismissed the challenge by the opposition against the election of President John Mahama. The decision was accepted by the petitioner Nana Akuffo-Addo and puts to rest the political uncertainty that had engulfed the west African state since December last year. Ghana is widely regarded as a beacon of democracy on the continent and has been applauded for the manner in which it has handled this thorny issue which so often has plunged many African states into political turmoil
Ex-Chad leader Hissène Habré arrested in Senegal; The Term of Parliament expires in Zimbabwe; The latest on the ICC cases against President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto
TANZANIA: Rev. Christopher Mtikila wins case against Tanzania ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe urged to delay poll KENYA: UK to compensate more than 5,000 Kenyans over colonial-era torture
to the website of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung's Rule of Law Program for Sub-Saharan Africa! This program will contribute to the promotion of the rule of law in Africa. Rule of law is a prerequisite to stable democracy and sustainable social and economic development. We hope we can work together to make this a reality - together we can make a difference!
|Dec. 9 - 10
on 9th December 2013, the KAS Rule of Law Program organized a conference at the Windsor Hotel in Nairobi introducing the publication "Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance"
ICC: Push and Pull Over Presidential Immunity From ICC Trial; KENYA: Kenya’s bid to stop ICC trials fails at the UN; CHAD: PM resigns ahead of censure vote; MOZAMBIQUE: Ruling party leads vote count
SOMALIA: The Fight against Al-Shabab boosted; MADAGASCAR: Presidential Election Goes To Run-Off Vote; KENYA: Victims withdraw from the case against Deputy President; NIGERIA: U.S. Joins War Against Boko Haram
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