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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Luxleaks whistleblowers given suspended sentences, journalist acquitted

Two French whistleblowers have been given suspended sentences and a journalist acquitted in the Luxleaks trial over revelations of tax-dodging deals between multinational companies...

Dominican court rejects Frenchman’s appeal of Air Cocaine jail sentence

A Frenchman convicted of trying to smuggle 680 kilos of cocaine out of the Dominican Republic has had his appeal against a 20-year prison...

Constitution (Amendment) Act, 2016 (General Elections): Speaker refers Bill to Council of State

Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho has referred the Constitution (Amendment) Act, 2016 to the Council of State for Consideration and Advice. The Deputy...

No easy legal steps for UK after Brexit vote

After last week’s vote to leave the European Union, the British government faces a choice between a disadvantageous negotiating position on one hand and...

Man convicted of threatening to cause his wife serious harm on two occasions as...

A man has been convicted of threatening to cause his wife serious harm on two occasions as their marriage was breaking down. A jury is...

MPs approve Bill on State spending

Members of the National Assembly on Wednesday held a rare sitting late in the evening to pass the Appropriations Bill before the midnight deadline...

Respect the rule of law – CJ advises students and head porters

The Chief Justice of Ghana (CJ), Georgina T. Wood has advised students and head porters that apart from respecting God, they should also respect...

THE REPUBLIC V.HIGH COURT 17, ACCRA – RESPONDENTEX PARTE; THE ADA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL –...

It is the Judicial Committee of a Traditional Council, and not the Traditional Council, that is amenable to the Supervisory Jurisdiction of the High...

Uganda People’s Congress’s Dan Odiya Charged With Treason

Dan Oola Odiya, the Uganda People's Congress (UPC) party National Deputy Mobilizer in Dr Olara Otunu's faction and two other suspects have been charged...

‘Hate Speech Eight’ to stay in the cooler

The High Court yesterday refused to release on bail eight leaders detained on Tuesday over accusations of incitement to violence. Justice Joseph Onguto threw out...
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