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In this post from Journalists for Justice, Ottilia Anna Maunganidze discusses South Africa’s wavering position on international criminal justice.
Strong opposition to Kenya’s attempts to discuss the use of recanted evidence at the Assembly of States Parties emerged in a letter dispatched to its President, Sidiki Kaba, on Saturday.
The South African government’s failure to arrest fugitive Omar al-Bashir should be strongly addressed by the country’s judicial system, ICC member states and the UN Security Council, over 30 African civil society organizations said in a statement today.
The South African government’s failure to arrest fugitive Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir should be strongly addressed by the country’s judicial system, ICC member states and the UN Security Council.
Last weekend, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir travelled to South Africa, an ICC member state, to attend an African Union summit. Why was he not arrested, and what might this mean for the Court?