Ocampo 4 can skip June court sessions
16 May 2012, 10:41
Nairobi - The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday said the four Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity do not have to appear in person at the status conferences scheduled for June this year.
In his statement to Capital News, ICC Spokesman Fadi el Abdallah said that the accused can be represented by their lawyers unless directed to appear individually by the court.
Abdallah added that the Trial Chamber V has asked parties in the two Kenyan cases to give written submissions by May 28.
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