The ICC and Kenya

By: Dr. Charles Kambanda, PhD THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA’S WITHDRAWAL FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC) ROME STATUTE IS PROBABLY A SLIPPERY SLOPE FOR KENYA Following the December 2007 presidential elections, the electoral commission of Kenya officially declared the then incumbent President Mwai Kibaki the winner. In the blink of an eye, Mwai Kibaki was unceremoniously sworn in as president.  The then opposition candidate Raila Odinga accused the government of electoral fraud and rejected the results.  The violent protests and demonstrations that followed left more than 1300 people killed, thousands…

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