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Vol 50 No 15

Published 24th July 2009


Kenya

Kenyan politicians face new deadline

Kofi Annan, the former United Nations Secretary General, made his announcement about handing over the envelope containing the list of the accused to the International Criminal Court just six days after meeting a Kenyan government delegation in Geneva, Switzerland, on 3 July. For months, he had repeated that if the August deadline was not met he would give the envelope to the ICC, thus complying with the recommendations by Judge Philip Waki's Commission of Inquiry into the Post-Election Violence on what should happen if the government could not or would not establish a special tribunal.

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