ICC chamber ready for Kenya PEV trial
10 May 2012, 09:52
The Hague - The International Criminal Court (ICC) last evening told a local radio station that trials of four Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity would go on in The Hague since a trial chamber is ready to start its work.
Daily Nation reports that ICC spokesman Fadi el Abdallah told Capital FM that the cases could only be transferred from The Hague if an admissibility challenge is successful.
Abdallah went on to add that cases can only be transferred to be heard by other tribunals under exceptional circumstances and with the authorisation of the Trial Chamber, if the cases have been declared inadmissible before the ICC.
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