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Timor-Leste: UN expert warns dismissal of judicial officials may have 'chilling effect'


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, 4 days ago
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Maldives urged to re-consider removal of two Supreme Court judges

22 Dec 2014 Listen / Gabriela Knaul.UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré Authorities in the Maldives have been urged to reconsider their decision to remove two judges of the country's Supreme Court. The call has come from Gabriela Knaul, the ...
 United Nations Multimedia1 month ago

High Court rejects Nasheed's request to delay Hulhumalé court bench trial

The High Court has rejected a request from former President Mohamed Nasheed to delay the hearings of his case challenging the legality of Hulhumalé Magistrate Court's bench. The Maldivian Democratic Party leader had asked to delay the hearing, ...
 Minivan News1 day ago High Court resumes Hulhumalé Magistrate Court appeal case  Minivan News6 days ago

Justice Ali Hameed appointed to the Judicial Service Commission

Supreme Court Justice Ali Hameed has been appointed to the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) by President Abdulla Yameen. A media official from the judicial watchdog confirmed that Hameed would replace JSC President Justice Adam Mohamed, who ...
 Minivan News1 week ago JSC President Justice Adam Mohamed Abdulla resigns  Minivan News1 week ago JSC recommends dismissal of Chief Justice Ahmed Faiz and Justice Muthasim Adnan  Minivan News1 month ago

Maldives: UN expert concerned at unacceptable dismissal of Supreme Court justices

22 December 2014 The removal of two Supreme Court justices in the Maldives by local authorities threatens the independence of the country's judiciary and further compromises the rule of law, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the independence ...
 United Nations1 month ago Maldives: UN expert concerned at 'unacceptable' dismissal of Supreme Court justices  Sify1 month ago

Statement of American Bar Association President William C. Hubbard Re: Judicial Independence in Tim

The American Bar Association (ABA) notes with concern that the Timor-Leste Government and Parliament, acting on October, 24, 2014, ordered the termination of all international judicial personnel and advisors working in the Timor-Leste judicial ...
 Noodls1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Bolivia: Letter to President Evo Morales on Human Rights Legislation

Dear President Morales, I am writing on behalf of Human Rights Watch to respectfully urge you to push for the reform of several laws that restrict basic rights. The 2009 Bolivian Constitution, which was adopted during your presidency, provides ...
 Human Rights Watch1 month ago UN Agents Seek U.S. Release of CIA Detention Report  NGO Watch1 month ago UN experts, Obama & report on CIA torture  GlobalSecurity.org2 months ago Obama Urged To Release Report On CIA Torture Allegations  Eurasia Review2 months ago

Zim Authorities Fail Rights Test

Zimbabwean authorities have failed to respect and implement progressive provisions in the country's new governance charter that protect and promote human rights, a leading lawyers group has said. In an assessment of the country's rights record ...
 Voice Of The People Zimbabwe1 month ago

Flood victims' lawyers scoop top award

HARARE - Three lawyers who represented Tokwe-Mukorsi flood victims have scooped the Human Rights of the Year award. Collins Maboke, Phillip Shumba and Martin Mureri were honoured on Friday at a colourful ceremony hosted by the Zimbabwe Human ...
 Daily News Zimbabwe1 month ago
Malay Mail

How far will the foreign minister go? Kit Siang asks as US ambassador is summoned

Anifah categorised Yun's comments on the Sedition Act as unjustifiable and without basis in a statement last night. — Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 11 — DAP's Lim Kit Siang today asked Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman today how far he ...
 Malay Mail1 month ago
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