Whether the International Finance Corporation and its officials were entitled to immunity from legal proceedings in Ghana.
Whether an accused person’s right to a fair trial as provided within Ghana’s Constitution overrode the immunity of an international organization.
Whether the provisions of a domesticated international instrument prevailed when in conflict with a fundamental freedom provided within a dualist state’s Constitution, if the former was promulgated prior to the latter.
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