What will Jean-Marc Kabund’s trial look like? If the hearing that took place on September 12 gives any idea, he promises to be for the less strange. During this second day of the trial of the former interim president of the ruling party, the accused decided not to appear. “Our client has serious health problems,” explains to Young Africa master Emmanuelli Kahaya Mwehu, one of his lawyers. The hearing went ahead anyway. And the judges have promis that it would continue, giving an appointment on October 17 for the next session.
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Until then, the defense has promised to continue its showdown with the prosecution. “We are still demanding the execution of the order assigning our client to house arrest,” insists Emmanuelli Kahaya. This will allow him to receive the care appropriate. »