The report presents findings of an investigation conducted by the Commission on Human Rights and Public Administration in seven Correctional Centres in the country. The report also proposes interventions/recommendations for addressing some of the issues identified. This report is complimentary to the complaints that have been lodged on behalf of the inmates who have spent an „unreasonably‟ long time awaiting their trials. The objective is to address the complaints lodged, but also to come up with solutions that will address the problems in a systematic and sustainable manner.
Trial awaiting detainees face numerous challenges on accessing justice, and these results to prolonged detentions in Swaziland which are human rights and public administration related issues.
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