On November 7, 2016 the Cameroun-Info.Net and L’Oeil du Sahel make the point that military justice may be a distinct legal system that applies to members of armed forces but it does not shield or guard offenders from their responsibilities for breaches of the code of military discipline or the commission of crimes. The article provides several examples of stern judicial outcomes by its military tribunals.
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