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Vol 52 No 1

Published 7th January 2011


Kenya

ICC has Kenyan politicians on the run

The Kenyan Parliament has been tying itself in constitutional knots after passing a motion – which risks being in conflict with the new constitution – to repeal the International Criminal Act. The motion by Isaac Ruto, a member of parliament from the Orange Democratic Movement, to repeal the ICA replaced an earlier motion. This called for Kenya to leave the International Criminal Court and was passed overwhelmingly but the Speaker ruled it unconstitutional. None of this, however, will have any effect on the ICC’s Pre-Trial Chamber in the Hague.

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