Kenya's withdrawal from Rome Statute won't stop cases
03 September 2013, 08:09
Nairobi - The International Criminal Court (ICC) has dismissed Jubilee MPs efforts to move a motion in Parliament seeking to pull Kenya out of the Rome Statute.
According to ICC spokesman, trials for President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and Joshua Sang would continue at the court even if Kenya withdrew from the Rome Statute, since the cases are already open at the court, Daily Nation reports.
Leader of Majority in Parliament Aden Duale on Sunday said that he will move a motion seeking to pull Kenya out of the Rome Statute and Jubilee would use its numbers in Parliament to ensure the motion sails through.
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