Burundi is the only one of three African nations to go ahead with its withdrawal after making moves last year to leave amid accusations that the court focuses too much on the continent.
Burundi First Country to Leave International Criminal Court
Deutsche Welle, 27 October 2017
An ICC spokesman has confirmed that Burundi's pullout takes effect on Friday, a year after the country notified the court of its intention to leave. Some African nations feel the… Read more »
A view of the International Criminal Court (ICC) premises.
Burundi Becomes First Country to Leave International Criminal Court
An ICC spokesman has confirmed that Burundi's pullout took effect on Friday, a year after the country notified the court of its intention to leave. Some African nations feel the… Read more »
Burundi Withdraws From the International Criminal Court
This is Africa, 27 October 2017
Burundi has become the first country to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC). The country announced its plan to withdraw a year ago. The withdrawal is seen as "a… Read more »
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