Kenya: Subtle Diplomacy on ICC Cases

Despite a blow to their bid to have the Ocampo Four tried at the East African Court of Justice, government is still adamant in their quest to have the four tried locally.


  • Kenya:   Rights Watchdog Opposes Arusha Trials

    Capital FM, 30 April 2012

    The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has dismissed the governments latest bid to have four Kenyans facing charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) tried… Read more »

  • Kenya:   EALA Interest in ICC Cases Suspect

    The Star, 30 April 2012

    The East African Legislative Assembly has no locus standi or sufficient interest in the Kenyan case pending before the International Criminal Court. Read more »

  • Kenya:   G7 Back Local ICC Trial

    The Star, 29 April 2012

    Over 30 MPs and ministers from central Kenya yesterday supported the proposal to have the ICC cases deferred or referred to the Arusha based East African Court of Justice. Read more »

  • East Africa:   Regional Parliament Seeks Transfer of Kenya Cases From ICC

    Daily News, 29 April 2012

    THE East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) has passed a resolution, seeking transfer from the International Criminal Court (ICC) of the cases involving four Kenyans allegedly… Read more »

  • East Africa:   Lawyers Back EALA Resolution Over ICC Cases

    New Times, 28 April 2012

    Local legal experts believe that the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) possesses the necessary capacity to try criminal cases against four Kenyans who are accused of fuelling… Read more »



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