The Sahel Judicial Cooperation Platform (PCJS) was created in June 2010 in Bamako, Mali. One of the main objectives of the PCJS is to facilitate the transmission and execution of requests for mutual legal assistance and extradition between its member countries (Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal) in particular in the fight against terrorism and transnational organised crime.
« I was able to write international letters rogatory whereas before, I thought it was an illusion »
Investigating Judge from the Region
The secretariat of the PCJS is provided by the Counter-Terrorism Unit of the Regional Office for West and Central Africa of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. For any questions relating to PCJS, please contact :
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