Category Archives: Kenyatta

Judges to re-examine Kenya cooperation – what role for the ASP?

After an Appeals Chamber ruling this week, ICC trial judges are to reconsider the Kenyan government’s level of cooperation in the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta, along with their decision not to refer the matter to the ICC’s governing body, … Continue reading

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Comparing victim participation at the ICC

With differing systems in place and a review underway, Mariana Pena – legal officer for international justice with the Open Society Justice Initiative – explores the application process for victims to participate in ICC proceedings in this guest post.

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Where do the ICC Kenya cases stand?

Need to get up to speed on the Kenya cases at the International Criminal Court (ICC)? Look no further…

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – ASP 13: For a Stronger ICC, Enhance State Cooperation

ICC member states meeting next week must make international justice more effective by enhancing cooperation with the Court and putting in place strong mechanisms for compliance with its decisions, the Coalition for the ICC said today.

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Kenyatta: Prosecutor must show trial readiness or withdraw charges | No non-cooperation finding against Kenyan government

ICC Trial Chamber V(B) has rejected a prosecution request for a further adjournment of the case against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, as well as the defense’s request to terminate the proceedings. Judges directed the prosecution to file a notice within … Continue reading

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