The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Judges Want Two Chambers

Photo: Thijs Bouwknegt
Deputy prime minister Uhuru Kenyatta has requested the International Court to be allowed to attend his trial via video link (file photo).

ICC judges have requested the court's presidency to constitute two chambers to hear the cases facing four Kenyans at The Hague. Judge Kuniko Ozaki says the Trial Chamber will conduct the hearing of the cases at the same time and allocated four hours a day for each case.

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