Human rights history made as African Commission declares Zimbabwean farmers' case admissible

From This is Zimbabwe Wed Nov 21 2012, 04:02:35

Via AfriForum Press Release:  The campaign to restore the rule of law in Zimbabwe and to reinstate the international court of the SADC Tribunal after its suspension by the SADC Heads of State in August 2011 has seen an important breakthrough. The African Commission today ruled that the complaint lodged with it on behalf of [...]

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