Lawyers, and public engage in the Kenya ICC Situation
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Blogger Betty Waitherero, David Mastanga an Activist, Lawyer Njenga Mwangi and Lawyer Lempaa Siaka, discuss the ICC situation in Kenya.

Betty: Kenya is so committed to justice at the international level but doing less at the national level
Kenya has still not done anything to ensure justice for the PEV victims

Mastanga: claims the Kenyan situation at the ICC has been diverted into a political situation
Matsanga says he only want patriotic CSOs
Kenya does not have a local justice mechanism and urges the MPs to ensure Kenya has one' AG, DPP and CJ should open a local mechanism to prosecute middle level perpetrators

Lawyer Njenga Mwangi: Says he represented the victims through the Waki Commission
the govt has settled the small business people, and land was bought for them, Nakuru, Laikipia
We should not call the 07/08 as Post Election Violence but as Election related violence

Lawyer Lempaa Siaka: When dealing with CSOs differentiate between formal and informal
Even if Kenya was not a State Party to the Rome State, under international treaties, it is still meant to cooperate
PEV begun in 1993 at Eno Subukia not only in 2007/08

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