DRC: the evils of Congolese military justice highlighted

In a report to charge the American NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) called the DRC to urgently reform the military justice system. Back on the main critics.
The Human Rights Watch (HRW) report is damning for the Congolese justice. In a document of 117 pages published Thursday, October 1, the US organization criticizes the workings of judicial system, described as unfair and unjust for victims and defendants.
At the origin of this report, the trial called “rape of Minova,” emblematic of the serious shortcomings of the Congolese justice in the prosecution of serious international crimes, as victims’
associations. In November 2012, this town in the province of South Kivu had indeed witnessed atrocities committed by soldiers of the Congolese Armed Forces (FARDC), routed to face the rebellion of the Movement of 23 March (M23).

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