Uganda fails to enforce laws against wildlife crime by allowing bailed Ivory traffickers to disappear

Uganda fails to enforce laws against wildlife crime by allowing bailed Ivory traffickers to disappear

Authorities in Uganda intercepted a shipment of roughly 4 tons of elephant ivory and pangolin scales from the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo on its way to the city, Kampala, in January 2019. What has happened in the three years since then reveals flaws in the country’s enforcement of wildlife-crime legislation. The Uganda Revenue Authority […]

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