Fears of vaccum during ICC trials
22 August 2013, 08:20
Nairobi - There is a growing likelihood that both the President and his deputy could be required to attend The Hague trials at the International Criminal Court simultaneously.
Deputy President William Ruto’s trial is set to begin on September 10, whilst President Uhuru Kenyatta's appointment with his ICC trial chamber judges is on November 12, Daily Nation reports.
Following ICC's decision requiring Ruto to attend all sessions of his trial, he filed an application contesting the move through his lawyer Karim Khan requesting two-week breaks during trial and that it would the logistical challenges of having his and the president's trials at the same time.
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