Romuald Likibi, écrivain : « Les apatrides sont victimes d’une double injustice »

Romuald likibi, docteur en sciences politiques à la faculté de droit de l’université Nancy II en France s’est engagé à travers l’écriture à promouvoir les droits humains. Sa dernière parution parle de l’apatridie. Dans cette interview accordée à Sidwaya l’écrivain explique le contenu de son ouvrage   «  Le droit de l’apatridie, pratiques et controverses ». Il évoque également le manque de volonté politique au niveau mondial mais surtout chez les décideurs africains à endiguer ce mal  déshumanisant sans omettre de proposer des pistes de solution.

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Massive CA teams’ nod for dual citizenship

(Daily News, Tanzania)  Most committees of the Constituent Assembly (CA) have nodded to dual citizenship, expressing, however, the need to have a law that will check any breach to national security.

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CA committees recommend duo citizenship

(The Guardian Tanzania, 15 August 2014) Members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) have agreed that duo citizenship should be allowed but called for a comprehensive law to govern it citing national security concerns. Read more.

REMARKS BY MINISTER MALUSI GIGABA, ON THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ZIMBABWEAN SPECIAL DISPENSATION PERMIT IN PRETORIA, 12 AUGUST, 2014

Published by the South African Department of Home Affairs.

Good morning fellow South Africans, members of the media, and interested stakeholders.

In April 2009, the Cabinet of the Republic of South Africa approved the Dispensation of Zimbabweans Project – or ‘DZP’ – allowing Zimbabwean holders of this special permit to work, conduct business and study in South Africa.

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Council of State moves to ‎stop citizens’ registration, deportation

The National Council of State rose from its emergency meeting on Thursday to condemn policies by some state governments to register citizens, as it set up a six-man committee ‎with a mandate to fish out discriminatory practices across the country that threatens the country’s continuous existence.

At the Extra Ordinary National Council of State meeting called by President Goodluck Jonathan, the council expressed its ‎fears that the alleged discriminatory policies could send wrong signals which might lead to disintegration of the country if not urgently checked.

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