Lack of Communication, Clear Plan Impede Justice Nairobi, October 9, 2019 (Nyamilepedia) â€”Â South Sudanâ€™s government and theÂ African UnionÂ should urgently meet to clarify plans to set up a proposed hybrid court for wartime atrocities, Human Rights Watch said in aÂ letter to both the government and the AUÂ that was published today. The Hybrid Court for South Sudan would bring together judges 10
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