MPs withdraw request to discuss UK relations pending ICC Assembly meet
20 November 2013, 20:14
Nairobi - Members of Parliament will not discuss the manner in which Britain has handled the cases of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto, in the National Assembly, the Nation reports.
MP's rejected Britain's proposal of a video trial for Kenyatta and Ruto, accused of crimes against humanity. Britain also abstained from voting for Kenya at the UN Security Council.
Instead the meeting will now take place after the International Criminal Court discusses the proposal by the African Union to provide state immunity for Kenyatta and Ruto.
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