Gachoka: Jubilee should accept UK’s proposal
25 November 2013, 09:13
Nairobi - Political analyst, Tony Gachoka, has advised Jubilee leaders to accept the UK’s proposal to have the President and his Deputy tried via video link.
According to Gachoka, The Standard reports, the video link proposal is the best bet for Kenya and the two Principals.
However, leaders in the Jubilee camp have heavily condemned the video link proposal saying it is politically inspired, and are still pushing for the amendment of the Rome Statute to exempt sitting heads of states from persecution.
Kenyans, on the other hand, want the President to attend his trials at The Hague in person.
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