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Despite years of impunity in Africa, the 1990s saw the perpetrators of some of the atrocities in the continent face trials, albeit,with a varied approach.
This book discusses in a comparative way five major African legal systems by which these prosecutions took place and recommends on how to create a uniform approach of prosecutions on the said crimes.
The book is useful for students and professors of international criminal law, lawyers,practitioners in the field and any other interested individuals.
The Author has an LL.B in Law from Bahir Dar University and an LL.M in Public International law from Addis Ababa University.
He is currently a Lecturer at Mizan-Tepi University.
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