African Court set to deliver five judgments



The African Court on Human and People’s Rights will tomorrow (Thursday 23rd June, 2022) at the close of its four-week 65th Ordinary Session in Arusha, the United Republic of Tanzania deliver five judgments.

According to a press release by the court’s registrar, Dr. Robert Eno, at the seat of the court, delivery of judgements will commence at 10:00am (EA Time) and will be live streamed via https://www.youtube.com/user/africancourt/live

Judgments will be delivered on Application 008/2020 – Ghaby Kodeih ET Nabih Kodeih v. Republic of Benihttps://www.african-court.org/cpmt/details-case/0082020, Application 006/2012 – The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights v. Republic of Kenya, https://www.african-court.org/cpmt/details-case/0062012Application 022/2017 – Harold Mbalanda Munthali (on His own behalf and on behalf of all dependents of Mbalanda Mweziwapala Munthali. vs Republic of Malawi,https://www.african-court.org/cpmt/details-case/0222017Application 007/2019 – Tiekoro Sangare & 15 Others v. Republic of Mal, https://www.african-court.org/cpmt/details-case/0072019 and Application 006/2016 – Mgosi Mwita Makungu v. United Republic of Tanzania https://www.africancourt.org/cpmt/details-case/0062016

The Court is composed of eleven Judges, nationals of Member States of the African Union elected in their individual capacity.