Botswana’s judiciary has come under United States scrutiny.
America’s decision to spotlight Botswana’s judiciary follows what it terms “reports of executive overreach in a number of high profile cases.”
The US’ State Department’s 2022 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for Botswana says Botswana’s judiciary, “has lately faced questions over its independence from the executive.”
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