Interesting discussions on the relevance (or not) of the ICC in Africa.
Ten years after that modest beginning, the ICC has turned into a major international institution, securing justice for victims when it cannot be delivered at the national level. How true is this?
Levi Wataka • The ICC process must maintain formal integrity by incorporating the highest standards in legal practice and procedure. Successful implementation and interpretation at this level is key to the legal agenda of the Court. However, by the end of these processes, the victims usually have had to live in the effects of on-going or past human rights violations for years. In what way can the process encourage faster recompense and actual effect to the immediate life of victims?
Isaac Larbi • Well the ICC will provide true justice when it prosecutes leaders of western European countries and the USA. Until that happens its just a court serving the interest of the West and America.
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