Statements by the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability
The Africa Group calls on the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) to commit to an end to hostilities.
The Africa Group expresses its concern at reports that the Government of South Africa has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to an upcoming BRICS conference in Pretoria.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) announces the election of its new Chairperson, Mohamed Othman Chande, and Deputy Chairperson, Fatiha Serour.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) strongly urges authorities in Sudan to recommit to the country’s democratic transition and to the protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) extends a warm welcome to its newest member, Haja Zainab Hawa Bangura.
Following the resignation of Robert Mugabe on 21 November 2017, the AGJA applauds the continued resolve of the people of Zimbabwe.
AGJA congratulates Justice Navi Pillay on her election to the position of President of the Advisory Council of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy
AGJA and the Wayamo Foundation congratulate Justice Navi Pillay on her election to the position of President of the Advisory Council of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy.
AGJA congratulates Athaliah Molokomme on her appointment as Permanent Representative of Botswana to the UN office at Geneva
AGJA and the Wayamo Foundationcongratulate Athaliah Molokomme on her appointment as the Permanent Representative of Botswana to the United Nations Office at Geneva.
The AGJA and the Wayamo Foundation warmly congratulate AGJA Chair Hassan Bubacar Jallow on his appointment as Chief Justice of The Gambia.
The Africa Group welcomes the peaceful transition of power in The Gambia and the assumption of office of President Adama Barrow.
The Africa Group joins the unanimous calls from the international community demanding the restoration of democracy and the rule of law in The Gambia.
The Africa Group welcomes the pledge of newly elected President of The Gambia Adama Barrow to keep the country a member of the International Criminal Court.
Statement by Hon. Justice Alhaji Hassan Bubacar Jallow on The Gambia’s ICC withdrawal.
The Africa Group notes its deep concern at the continued reports that Burundi, South Africa and The Gambia have all signalled their intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
The Africa Group notes with deep concern the South African government’s declaration that it has given notice to the United Nations of its withdrawal from the Rome Statute of the ICC.
The Africa Group is deeply concerned by and calls for further engagement on Burundi’s decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) has urged the African Union to remain engaged with the ICC.