BHRC issues statement of concern following the arrest of Malawian lawyer and former Attorney-General Mr Ralph Kasambara

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On 16 February 2012, the BHRC issued a statement following the arrest of Malawian lawyer and former Attorney-General Mr Ralph Kasambara, and the circumstances around his then-ongoing detention in prison.

Following the press release, BHRC Vice-Chair Kirsty Brimelow QC was interviewed by Malawian radio stations and the BBC World Service.

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