ICC seeks embargo on Uhuru and Ruto assets
21 November 2011, 09:23
The International Criminal Court has formally written to the
Kenya Government requesting it to stop suspects from transferring assets
they own to third parties until the disposal of their cases at The
According to the Daily Nation report the demand from the Office of the Registrar would
effectively result in the State’s taking possession of all the assets
that the ICC has tracked and identified as belonging to the six suspects
in the Kenya case. The assets would then be held in trust until the
court reaches a verdict.
The ICC wants the State to place caveats on all
movable and immovable property the suspects possess to avoid transfers
that could complicate efforts to seize it if a guilty verdict is
rendered at the end of the process.
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