Dingake reappointed RSCSL Judge


Justice Professor Key Dingake has been reappointed as a Judge of the Residual Special Court of Sierra Leone (RSCSL) for another six years.

Judges of the RSCSL are appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations for a period six years subject to renewal. Dingake’s initial appointment was made in 2013 and is coming to an end in December this year.

Mmegi has learnt that not all the Judges of the court appointed in 2013 were reappointed. The RSCSL was established pursuant to an agreement signed between the United Nations and the Government of Sierra Leone on August 11,  2010. ...  to preside over violations of international criminal law and or international humanitarian law that took place in Sierra Leone in the mid 1990s, during the civil war in that country.

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