here in a column by Amadou Traoré. Excerpt:
"This article answers three questions. The first is that the accused has the right to challenge members of the military court. The second is that it is also the duty of every magistrate in a military jurisdiction to disclose the alleged grounds for disqualification attached to his person so that the Tribunal may decide by reasoned decision. The third is that the grounds for recusation are identical to those of the ordinary courts according to the classification of the offense."