Traditional Justice Methods and Their Possible Impact on Transitional Justice Models in South Sudan

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This paper discusses the legal framework of the traditional justice methods in several African countries, with a focus on South Sudan; the objective of customary law, the role of traditional courts or the forum of elders, and the methods of settlement of disputes. These methods of settlement of disputes are by-products of the practices, customs and traditions of the people that were devised as ways of maintaining peace and tranquillity, and thereby uphold the rule of law.

Traditional Justice Methods and Their Possible Impact on Transitional Justice Models in South Sudan

in Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online
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