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Dr. Ali Mahdi Barhamah Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Aden, Yemen. Lawyer for more than 20 years pleaded before the Supreme Court. Chairman of the Sustainability Organization for Skills and Defending Rights and Freedoms, and Dean of the Higher Aden Institute for the Rehabilitation of Decision-Makers, a non-profit institute.
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