Uganda Clears Air on Quitting Hague Court
The attorney general, William Byaruhanga, has said the country did not make any attempt to withdraw from the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court.
East African, 13 April 2017
Uganda's Attorney General on April 4 assured proponents of the International Criminal Court (ICC) that the government will not live up to its threats to pull out of the court,… Read more »
View of typical courtroom at International Criminal Court (ICC).
Observer, 4 April 2017
Uganda has not made any attempt to withdraw from the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court (ICC) attorney general William Byaruhanga has said. Read more »
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