AFLIIIt’s all well and good to talk about the rule of law, but what if people don’t know what the law actually is? In many African countries, big holes in published law mean that citizens — and even sometimes lawyers and judges themselves — can’t access the laws of their land. You might expect the laws of any country to be readily accessible, without presenting much difficulty to those seeking such information. Not so for many African countries. Resource constraints and histories of conflict have left large gaps in the published law of many African nations.
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