Kenya Reacts to Hague Court Ruling on Suspects


Kenyan lawyers and MPs reacted sharply to indications that the two International Criminal Court suspects holding public office will not immediately be required to step aside.

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Post-election violence in early 2008 resulted in more than 1,000 deaths.

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  • Kenya:  ICC Cautions Country Ahead of Ruling

    The Monitor, 20 January 2012

    The International Criminal Court on Wednesday appealed for peace to prevail among Kenyans as the country awaits a ruling on Ocampo Six "any time before Monday."read more »

  • Kenya:  Remain Peaceful No Matter Outcome - Ruto

    The Nation, 19 January 2012

    One of the Ocampo Six awaiting the ruling of the International Criminal Court on the post- election violence on Thursday called for peace regardless of the outcome.read more »

  • Kenya:  Ruto Calls for Calm Ahead of ICC Ruling

    The Nation, 19 January 2012

    Eldoret North MP William Ruto has appealed for calm regardless of a ruling by the International Criminal Court on whether to confirm or drop the charges of crimes against humanity... read more »

  • Kenya:  Public Support for ICC Trials Waning - New Poll

    The Nation, 19 January 2012

    Public support for the International Criminal Court trials of six Kenyans suspected to have played the biggest roles in the 2007 - 2008 post-election violence is thinning out,... read more »

  • Kenya:  Uhuru Team Believes ICC Will Dismiss Charges

    The Star, 18 January 2012

    JUST days before the ICC delivers its ruling on the charges facing the Ocampo Six, Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and his legal team are convinced that the judges will... read more »

  • Kenya:  Hague Court May Freeze Assets of the Ocampo Six

    The Nation, 18 January 2012

    The International Criminal Court will consider freezing assets of the Ocampo Six if their cases are sent to trial, the court's spokesperson Fadi El Abdallah has said.read more »

  • Kenya:  Study Shows 'No Violence On ICC Six'

    The Nation, 17 January 2012

    Most Kenyans believe there would be no violence if the International Criminal Court commits the Kenyan cases over post-election violence to trial.read more »

  • Kenya:  Hague Witnesses Pull Out

    The Star, 16 January 2012

    Two key witnesses of ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo who were under protection abroad have decided they no longer want to testify.read more »

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