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Niger’s highest court lifts immunity of deposed President Mohamed Bazoum

  • Bazoum's lawyer, Reed Brody, criticized the ruling in Niger as a "mockery" of the rule of law, expressing concern over the lack of communication with their client.
  • Bazoum and his family have been under house arrest since a military coup ousted his rule last summer.
  • Human Rights Watch highlighted serious irregularities in the State Court proceedings against Bazoum, including violations of his rights and lack of access to legal counsel.
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