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Pagnoulle (on behalf of Mazou) v Cameroon, Merits, Comm no 39/90, 21st Ordinary Session (15-24 April 1997), 10th Annual Activity Report (1996-7), (2000) AHRLR 57 (ACHPR 1997), (1999) 6 IHRR 819, IHRL 2757 (ACHPR 1997), April 1997, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

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Whether administrative detention was arbitrary and in breach of Article 6 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (‘African Charter’).

Whether preventative detention violated the right to be presumed innocent under Article 7(1)(b) of the African Charter.

Whether delay in court proceedings was a breach of the right to be tried within a reasonable time under Article 7(1)(d) of the African Charter.

Whether a failure to reinstate a person to public office in accordance with an amnesty violated the right to work under Article 15 of the African Charter.

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