African Writers' Club

The rule of law in Africa;African Writers' Club: BBC Africa Services Collection

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    Political Commentary & Debate

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    ca. 1960

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    Item notes : Discussion on the rule of law in Africa. Contributor names dictated phonetically from recording include: Mr Norman Marsh, a former secretary general of the International Commission of Jurists; Mr Arthur Nilander [?], a Nigerian barrister now on the staff of London University; Mr Elifasen Beria [?] who is studying African law in London; and Mr Zaudi Selassie [?], former minister of justice of Ethiopia now at St Anthony's college, Oxford. Chair: Neville Rubin

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