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Mali: Due Process Concerns in ‘Conspiracy’ Case

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image The Administrative Park in Mali’s capital, Bamako, in which the Ministry of Justice is located, January 2017. © 2017 Image Professionals GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo (Bamako) – Mali’s justice officials should scrupulously respect due process rights in the case of five men detained since December 2020 for allegedly plotting a coup against the Malian transitional government, Human Rights Watch said today.   On March 2, 2021, the Bamako Court of Appeals, in response to a defense request, dismissed the case for lack of evidence and ordered the immediate release of the five…


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