By Justice Deng Biong
February, 6, 2013 - Since the indictment of Omar Hassan el Bashir, the incumbent president of the Republic of Sudan was ordered by the ICC, to answer and account for war crimes and genocide he allegedly committed in Darfur, the argument between what comes first between justice and peace came to the fore. Supporters of that indictment and victims of those alleged offences argue for justice now and not tomorrow! While opponents of same indictment have decided for (...)
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Reform of South Sudan Judiciary: where to start?2015-07-06 22:36:08
By Ajo Noel Julious K.
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