Your search for Mauritania retrieved 8 results.
Plan to End Slavery Expected (March 11, 2014) by Constance Johnson
Gulnara Shahinian, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on contemporary slavery, announced that on February 27, 2014, ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Human trafficking; International organizations
Jurisdiction: Mauritania; United Nations
Court Sentences Anti-Slavery Activist, Acquits Others (September 01, 2011) by Constance Johnson
On August 22, 2011, eight individuals accused of "unauthorized gathering and rebellion" were acquitted by a ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement
Anti-Terror Law Rejected by Constitutional Council (March 08, 2010) by Constance Johnson
On March 4, 2010, following an appeal by 32 Members of the National Assembly, the Constitutional ...
New Finance Law in Force (February 12, 2010) by Constance Johnson
Mauritania's Finance Law for 2010, which was adopted on December 23, 2009, came into effect on ...
Agreement May Lead to Return to Constitutional Government (June 22, 2009) by Constance Johnson
On June 4, 2009, Mauritania took a step toward a return to constitutional order and democratic ...
Plan to Revise Criminal Code to Include Rape (May 22, 2009) by Constance Johnson
According to a statement from the Mauritanian Association for Maternal and Child Health, a United Nations-funded ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Criminal code
Jailed Editor Pardoned (April 16, 2009) by Constance Johnson
According to the organization Reporters Without Borders, on April 8, 2009, the head of Mauritania's military ...
Topic: Freedom of the press
Fishery Agreement Signed (April 02, 2008) by Constance Johnson
Mauritania and Senegal signed a one-year fishery agreement, under which 300 permits will be issued to ...
Jurisdiction: Mauritania; Senegal
Last updated: March 11, 2014