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Attacks on Justice 2005: Cuba

In Cuba, the judiciary continues to suffer from a noticeable lack of independence, particularly when dealing with political crimes or crimes related to the security of the State. (more…)

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Cuba and the Rule of Law

The International Commission of Jurists submits in the present Report the results of its inquiry into the situation of the Rule of Law in Cuba under the revolutionary regime of Dr. Fidel Castro. Dr. Castro and his adherents themselves so describe his rule as revolutionary. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 13 (May 1962)

The positive reaction from the bulletin proves its usefulness, which helps in succinct form to keep the international legal community informed of topical developments in various countries of the world, has been recognized by the subscribers of the periodicals. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 9 (August 1959)

In this Bulletin No. 9 will be found, in accordance with the pattern adopted previously, a series of items on recent legal developments and current events pertaining to the Rule of law. (more…)

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