ICC faulted for allowing Ruto to skip trial
09 July 2013, 14:21
Nairobi - The Standard reports the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been criticised for allowing Deputy President, William Ruto to skip most of his trial in The Hague.
According to international legal experts and human rights groups in Kenya, the court's decision was not proper.
The judges ruled that Ruto will attend certain hearings, which include the opening and closing statements by all parties, when victims of the crimes in question present their concerns in person, the judgement, and any sentencing hearings.
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