Rwandan President Slams Hague Court For 'Only Trying Africans'
Following his 2017 joint venture with Sudanese President Omar Bashir to confront the International Criminal Court, Paul Kagame has repeated his harsh criticism of that court for what he says is an open bias against Africa. In an interview with Al Jazeera, Kagame has said that the court has failed to dispense justice anywhere else.
This is Africa, 1 May 2018
Rwanda is one of the African countries that is not party to the Rome Statute and President Kagame has criticised the International Criminal Court for being a "fraudulent… Read more »
New Times, 25 February 2018
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East African, 21 December 2017
Rwanda and Sudan have agreed to jointly confront the International Criminal Court (ICC), accusing it of targeting only African leaders. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and his… Read more »
President Paul Kagame.