Le secteur minier africain avec Dan Lansana Kourouma; A talk by Albie Sachs, judge on the Constitutional Court of South Africa

Lors d’un forum minier organisé par le Groupe de concertation sur les grands lacs Dan Lansana Kourouma, ex-Secrétaire général du ministère de l’Environnement, des Eaux et Forêts et du Développement durable de Guinée Conakry est intervenu sur “Les ambiguïtés et les défis des investissements étrangers dans le secteur minier africain”

A talk by Justice Albie Sachs a judge on the Constitutional Court of South Africa recorded recently at McGill University in Montreal. From his Wikipedia bio: “Albie Sachs was appointed to the court by Nelson Mandela in 1994 and retired in October 2009. Justice Sachs gained international attention in 2005 as the author of the Court’s holding in the case of Minister of Home Affairs v. Fourie, in which the Court overthrew South Africa’s statute defining marriage to be between one man and one woman as a violation of the Constitution’s general mandate for equal protection for all and its specific mandate against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.”

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