MPs left idle as court goes into private sessions
20 September 2013, 08:13
The Hague - Kenyan MPs and media in The Hague were left idle after ICC judges ruled that the court’s sessions be held in private due to fear of witness revelation.
The MPs were angered by the move saying that they had traveled all the way to The Hague to follow the court’s proceedings and barring them was not fair, Daily Nation reports.
They accused the court of being controlled by witnesses.
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