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  1. Qwani November 10th, 2013 at 10:42 am

    It is highly doubtful anything meaningful will come out of the Hague talks. The OTP will still be allowed to conduct shoddy investigations and no measures will be put in place to check the wide ranging powers bestowed upon that office. The new strategy on investigations was just some hurriedly applied cosmetic makeup so that the ICC can show the State parties at the talks that it is doing something. Those talks will simply be a talking shop with a lot of hot air filling the room with little or no action. At the opportune time, Kenya must facilitate the immediate withdrawal from the ICC. The only importance the ICC places on Kenya is embodied in the comments of Ocampo: “To make an example out of Kenya”. We can’t be party to an institution that takes a lot of pride and joy in manipulating the Truth and tilting the scales of Justice all for the sake of political expediency.

    1. Lucy November 11th, 2013 at 11:01 pm

      Truth must be told,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ruto and Kenyatta did not make all the people fight and kill one another,,,,,,, why only 2 PEOLE…..come one Kenyans, there was fighting all over Kenya, Msa, Kisumu, Nairobi, Eldoret, Nakuru etc. how did only 2 People manage this????

  2. Anthony mk November 10th, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    So Qwani, why dont tell us how the investigations should have been conducted, and while at it, had you heard of an Ocampo before and according to you, and your likes what exactly does the OTP have in interest of what you call political expediency- to/for who?. For you to have relevance to anyone even to yourself, learn to argue something you can quantify. If anything, the opposition, then, were the only vocal about not going to Hague(care to remember Rao’s stand then, and former Vp shuttle diplomacy) while the others felt local mechanisms were too dilute for them and cared less. That full dose is prescribed, now there is a change of remix. we know and you know, so whom do you want to dupe?


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