Fact-finding/Needs Assessment Mission to Liberia: 11-16 May 1998

At the request of the Chief Justice of the Republic of Liberia, The Honourable Gloria M. Scott, the ICJ sent a mission to Liberia from Monday, 11 to Saturday, 16 May 1998, to assess the needs of the Judiciary.

The ICJ had the view to making observations on how justice can be properly administered and the rule of law revitalized and reestablished in the Republic of Liberia.

The mission was conducted by Honourable Justice A.M. Ahmadi, Former Chief Justice of India, Mr. Sam Okudzeto, President of the Ghana Bar Association, and Mr. Raymond C. Sock, Legal Practitioner and former Solicitor-General and Legal Secretary of The Gambia and Ms. Tokunbo Ige, Legal Officer for Africa at the ICJ.

Liberia-human rights-fact finding mission report-1998-eng (full text in English, PDF)



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