GENEVA (Issued as received) - The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, Gabriela Knaul, warned today of a seriously deteriorating situation in the independence of the justice system in the Maldives since she ... Noodls, 1 week ago
PORTUGAL MUST ENSURE JUSTICE IS ACCESSIBLE TO ALL, UNITED NATIONS RIGHTS EXPERT WARNS - United Nations Office at Geneva, 1 month ago
Tunisia - UN Expert for Independence of Judges and Lawyers Calls On Tunisia to Bring Its National Legislation Into Conformity With Its International Commitments - AllAfrica.com, 2 months ago
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23 January 2015 GENEVA (23 January 2015) United Nations Special Rapporteur Gabriela Knaul will carry out an official visit to Portugal from 27 January to 3 February 2015, to assess the independence of judges, lawyers, and prosecutors, as well as ...United Nations Office at Geneva, 2 months ago UN rights expert to visit Portugal to assess independence of the justice system PressReleasePoint, 2 months ago Portugal Justice System Under Assessment Scoop, 2 months ago
Nasheed's terrorism trial a mockery of Constitution, verdict may have been pre-determined, says Knaul
Former President Mohamed Nasheed's terrorism trial made a mockery of the Maldives Constitution, and violated the country's international human rights obligations, the UN special rapporteur on independence of judges and lawyers has said. In a ...Minivan News, 1 week ago Govt. invites foreign observers for appeal Haveeru Daily Online, 3 days ago Trial of former Maldives president 'mockery': UN expert ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago
Former President Mohamed has decidedto wait on appealing a 13-year jail term until the Criminal Court provides both a full transcript of court proceedings and sufficient time to prepare,despitean appeal deadline ofThursday (March 26). However, ...Minivan News, 3 days ago Judiciary continues futsal tournament in apparent defiance of Supreme Court Minivan News, 1 month ago Civil Court rejects Nasheed stay order on Hulhumalé Court bench changes Minivan News, 1 month ago High Court cannot deliberate on Hulhumalé court bench Minivan News, 1 month ago
The Maldives will emerge victorious over adversarial states, President Abdulla Yameen has declared, slamming alleged foreign interference in domestic affairs followingthe conviction of former President Mohamed Nasheed on terrorism charges. ...Minivan News, 4 days ago
The Criminal Court today admitted only two of the 37 defence witnesses requested in former Defence Minister Mohamed Nazim's weapons possession trial. Nazim has previously claimed rogue police officers planted a pistol and three bullets found at ...Minivan News, 4 days ago Hundreds urge Criminal Court to release Nasheed's court proceedings Minivan News, 5 days ago Kafka in Paradise: Maldives Court Sentences Former President for Terrorism Council On Foreign Relations, 1 week ago Nasheed trial not free or fair, says Maldivian Democracy Network Minivan News, 2 weeks ago
19 March 2015 An independent United Nations human rights expert has warned of the seriously deteriorating situation regarding the independence of the justice system in the Maldives in the wake of the sentencing of former President Mohammed Nasheed, ...United Nations, 1 week ago
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al Hussein has expressed strong concerns about the hasty and apparently unfair trial of former President Mohamed Nasheed and called on the Maldives to enable international jurists to observe an ...Minivan News, 1 week ago MASS DEATH SENTENCES IN EGYPT A PROFOUND DISGRACE, UN HUMAN RIGHTS EXPERTS SAY United Nations Office at Geneva, 1 month ago
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It has been described as a massive defeat for an education ministry that has sought to relegate hundreds of teachers to the dole queues. A Coimbra court has ruled that the whole basis of the controversial teachers tests sanctioned by the ...Portugal Resident, 1 month ago
Portuguese authorities must do more to ensure wider access to the country's justice system, enhancing its legal aid programmes amid growing poverty, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers has urged. "One of ...BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
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