Parliament to discuss Kenya-UK relations over Uhuru, Ruto ICC cases
19 November 2013, 22:22
Nairobi - The fallout of claims that the United Kingdom and the United States has come to a head in the National Assembly on Wednesday, reports the Nation.
The African Union appealed for their cases to be suspended, however that
was rejected by the ICC. Defence and Foreign Relations committee
chairman Ndung’u Gethenj has accused the UK and US of influencing the
decision, and now members of parliament will discuss the frosty relations with the UK.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto are facing charges at the International Criminal Court for their part in the violence that marred the 2007 elections. The pair have been charged with crimes against humanity.
The matter is so important that the an hour will be dedicated to discussing the matter.
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