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IBAHRI publishes report on Malawi’s road to recovery


To mark the publication of Rule of Law in Malawi: The Road to Recovery, a high-level panel discussion took place in Lilongwe on Monday 3 September 2012. The panel included a member of the IBAHRI fact-finding delegation that travelled to Malawi in January 2012 to research serious concerns regarding violations of the rule of law, particularly the separation of powers, the Executive’s disregard for the Constitution, and lack of observance for basic human rights. The panel discussed the significant progress made in respect for the rule of law since the change in Presidency in April 2012 and the recommendations of the 56-page Report. Included in the Report’s list of recommendations are: 

Commenting on the delegation’s findings Sternford Moyo, IBAHRI Co-Chair, said, ‘On an international level, the government of Malawi should take immediate action to comply with its reporting obligations under international human rights treaties, and, as recommended in the IBAHRI Report, the international donor community should monitor the changes taking place in Malawi and look for opportunities to support efforts made towards the restoration of the rule of law.

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