From Karim Wade's trial to Senegal's refusal to comply with the recommendations of the UN Human Rights Committee in this case, Dakar has just lost his reputation as a civilized country. This is how Seydi Gassama sees things.
Human Rights Defender and Managing Director of Amnesty International in Senegal was a guest of the "Sunday Jury" broadcast on Iradio. For him, the situation is quite complicated and the pretext for sovereignty is quite fragile. "The country's reputation is in. In Africa, Senegal was the benchmark for respect for international decisions, there is a risk to make Mugabe, the UN Human Rights Committee clear. The state must implement the recommendations of the UN Committee No one can claim its own turpitude Everything that the trial has given has to be reviewed.The Committee said: Resume the trial!
Seydi Gassama will immediately write off Crei, the jurisdiction that sentenced Wade-son to a plea of multiple turns. "Crei places extremely serious allegations on people and does not give them the means and the opportunity to defend themselves." He will condemn what he considers to be imaginative evaluations of goods that are supposed to belong, sometimes incorrectly, to the infringed persons. "A house in Kabrousse that costs 300 million!" if he erupts. "You cannot ask a person to justify the legal origin of a property, while you cannot prove that it belongs to him. For some of these people, some property attributed to them does not belong …"