Gambia Ends Over A Decade Long Failure To Report On Human Rights Protocols

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EYEAFRICA TV: Banjul, THE GAMBIA: The Government of The Gambia has presented it’s debt of reports before the African Centre for Humans and Peoples Right as required by the Maputo Protocol.

By this move, the country has ended over a decade long failure on customary obligation as member of the African continent.

The country’s delegation led by the Attoney General bomb the Cairo Meeting with a combined report of 4th to 16th editions, and the latest under the Maputo Protocol.

The reports highlights developments, progress and challenges in the implementation of the Charter during the period of 1994 to 2018.

The parts during the Jammeh regime feature instances of human rights violations.

The Minister pledges plans to criminalize acts of torture.

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