Bottomline Africa: Roles of the East African court of Justice

Bottomline Africa: Roles of the East African court of Justice

Judges from the East African court of justice are converging in Nairobi for this year’s annual conference. The EACJ is an international court tasked with resolving disputes involving the East African community and its Member states; and is charged with interpreting and enforcing the treaty, which came into force on July 7, 2000.

Other videos in same category
The Bottom Line