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TitleEvaluating the legal framework of the hybrid court for South Sudan
AuthorRomano, Taban
SubjectAfrican Union
SubjectAgreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan
SubjectHybrid Courts
SubjectInternational Criminal Court
SubjectInternational Court of Justice
SubjectLegal framework
SubjectLegitimacy
SubjectSpecial Court for Sierra Leone
SubjectInternational crimes
SubjectIndividual criminal responsibility
Date2020-02-12T12:26:34Z
Date2020-02-12T12:26:34Z
Date2019
AbstractMagister Legum - LLM
AbstractThe Republic of South Sudan became independent from the Republic of Sudan on 9 July 2011. South Sudan has an area of 644, 329 km2 and a total estimated population of around 12, 6 million.1The original state of Sudan was intensely divided along ethnic, religious and ideological lines. The general population of the Republic of Sudan is mainly Sunni Muslim whereas the South Sudanese are mostly Christian, with small populations that still practice African indigenous religions.2While the Republic of Sudan is predominantly Arabic-speaking, English and over sixty local languages are spoken in South Sudan.3
PublisherUniversity of the Western Cape
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11394/7101