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Vol 53 No 8

Published 13th April 2012


Kenya

Kibaki nervous over ICC

Threats, rivalries and renewed ethnic tensions befoul the air as the international court’s suspects try to close down the case

The two declared presidential candidates facing charges of crimes against humanity at the Hague are determined to ward them off. An unexpected cabinet reshuffle at the end of March brought clear signs that the influence of the ‘G-7’ alliance, led by the suspects Uhuru Kenyatta and William arap Ruto, extends into State House (AC Vol 52 No 15). President Mwai Kibaki is growing nervous that the International Criminal Court (ICC) cases could ultimately implicate him.

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