South African Govt's Muted Response to ICC's Bashir Ruling
The Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation says it has noted the ruling of the International Criminal Court on the matter involving the government and President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan. The government had tried to withdraw from the international body but it was deemed unlawful by the South Gauteng High Court in March 2017.
South Africa: Pretoria Failed Obligations by Not Arresting Bashir
VOA, 7 July 2017
Judges at the International Criminal Court have ruled that South Africa failed in its obligations to the war crimes court by failing to arrest Sudan's wanted president when he… Read more »
Top: International Criminal Court in the Hague. Bottom: President of Sudan Omar Al-Bashir, left, and South African President Jacob Zuma, right.
DA, 7 July 2017
The DA is appalled by how official Parliament communication is being abused in an attempt to mitigate the negative publicity generated by the latest court ruling against the… Read more »
Al Jazeera, 6 July 2017
War crimes judges have ruled that South Africa flouted its duties to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2015 by failing to arrest visiting Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. Read more »
Govt of SA, 6 July 2017
The Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation has noted the ruling of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on the matter involving the South African… Read more »
South Africa will appear before the Pre-Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court to argue why the Hague should not make a finding of non-compliance against the country ... Read more »
The International Court of Justice at The Hague has ruled that South Africa's failure to arrest visiting President Omar al-Bashir was in breach of South Africa's obligations under ... Read more »