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Under the slogan, “never again”, the Commission has the job of creating an impartial historical record of violations of human rights that took place under Jammeh’s regime.

So far, the public has heard from current and former members of armed forces over an alleged counter-coup plot against Jammeh early in his rule. But even if more victims come forward and speak out, and more human rights violations are revealed during future testimony from both victims and abusers, pursuing legal consequences against Jammeh is likely to prove very difficult, if not impossible.

At least in the short term, it looks unlikely that Jammeh will face either his victims or consequences for human rights abuses.

Sophie Gallop, Lecturer, A hearing for Erick Kabendera in a Dar es Salaam court was postponed once again on 30 August with the state prosecutor citing that more time was needed for their investigation into charges against the Tanzanian journalist.

The problem is one that those pursuing justice against former dictators and human rights abusers have encountered before.

After Jammeh lost power, he fled to Equitorial Guinea with the equivalent of more than

So far, the public has heard from current and former members of armed forces over an alleged counter-coup plot against Jammeh early in his rule. But even if more victims come forward and speak out, and more human rights violations are revealed during future testimony from both victims and abusers, pursuing legal consequences against Jammeh is likely to prove very difficult, if not impossible.

At least in the short term, it looks unlikely that Jammeh will face either his victims or consequences for human rights abuses.

Sophie Gallop, Lecturer, A hearing for Erick Kabendera in a Dar es Salaam court was postponed once again on 30 August with the state prosecutor citing that more time was needed for their investigation into charges against the Tanzanian journalist.

The problem is one that those pursuing justice against former dictators and human rights abusers have encountered before.

After Jammeh lost power, he fled to Equitorial Guinea with the equivalent of more than $1 billion from public funds.

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So far, the public has heard from current and former members of armed forces over an alleged counter-coup plot against Jammeh early in his rule. But even if more victims come forward and speak out, and more human rights violations are revealed during future testimony from both victims and abusers, pursuing legal consequences against Jammeh is likely to prove very difficult, if not impossible.At least in the short term, it looks unlikely that Jammeh will face either his victims or consequences for human rights abuses.Sophie Gallop, Lecturer, A hearing for Erick Kabendera in a Dar es Salaam court was postponed once again on 30 August with the state prosecutor citing that more time was needed for their investigation into charges against the Tanzanian journalist.The problem is one that those pursuing justice against former dictators and human rights abusers have encountered before.After Jammeh lost power, he fled to Equitorial Guinea with the equivalent of more than $1 billion from public funds.

billion from public funds.

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