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El Gobierno de Kenia debe poner fin a los desalojos forzosos

Firma la petición para que el gobierno de Kenia ponga fin a los desalojos forzosos. © Amnesty International

Kenya’s ICC trials - 16 septiembre 2013

Headline Title:  Kenya’s ICC trials Questions and Answers Questions and answers about the International Criminal Court trial of Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto and former broadcaster Joshua arap Sang on charges of crimes against humanity. Media Node:  William Ruto Story Location:  Kenya 4° 1' 14.466" S, 39° 37' 0.1164" E “The trials should act as a catalyst for genuine national efforts in Kenya to investigate and prosecute other crimes under international law that the ICC is not able to deal with and generate broader support to address impunity by ensuring national justice, truth and reparation. ” URL:  Kenya: Cooperate fully with International Criminal Court trials Descripción:  News story, 9 September 2013 URL:  Kenya’s withdrawal from ICC a travesty for justice Descripción:  Press release, 5 September 2013 URL:  Kenya: Reject efforts to withdraw from the International Criminal Court Descripción:  News story, 4 September 2013 URL:  Demand Justice Now! Descripción:  Campaign for International Justice

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Kenia: El gobierno debe cooperar plenamente con la Corte Penal Internacional

Las autoridades de Kenia deben cooperar plenamente con la Corte Penal Internacional para garantizar justicia a las víctimas de la violencia postelectoral de 2007 y 2008; así lo ha afirmado hoy Amnistía Internacional ante la inminente apertura del juicio en La Haya contra el vicepresidente William Ruto y el periodista Joshua arap Sang. Las autoridades de Kenia deben cooperar plenamente con la Corte Penal Internacional para garantizar justicia a las víctimas de la violencia postelectoral de 2007 y 2008; así lo ha afirmado hoy Amni

Kenya. Les autorités doivent coopérer pleinement avec la Cour pénale internationale

Les autorités kenyanes doivent coopérer pleinement avec la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) afin que justice soit rendue aux victimes des violences post-électorales qui ont déchiré le pays en 2007 et 2008, a déclaré Amnesty International lundi 9 septembre 2013, avant l’ouverture à La Haye du procès du vice-président William Ruto et de l’animateur de radio Joshua Arap Sang. Les autorités kenyanes doivent coopérer pleinement avec la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) afin que justice soit rendue aux victimes des violences post-électorales qui ont déchiré le pays en 2007

Kenya: Cooperate fully with International Criminal Court trials

The Kenyan authorities must cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court (ICC) to ensure justice is done for the victims of the 2007-8 post-election violence, Amnesty International said today ahead of the opening in The Hague of the trial of Deputy President William Ruto and broadcaster Joshua arap Sang. The Kenyan authorities must cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court (ICC) to ensure justice is done for the victims of the 2007-8 post-election violence, Amnesty International said to

Kenya: Cooperate fully with International Criminal Court trials - 9 septiembre 2013

Headline Title:  Kenya: Cooperate fully with International Criminal Court trials The Kenyan authorities must cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court (ICC) to ensure justice is done for the victims of the 2007-8 post-election violence, Amnesty International said to The Kenyan authorities must cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court (ICC) to ensure justice is done for the victims of the 2007-8 post-election violence. Media Node:  Kenya Story Location:  United Kingdom 0° 38' 8.628" N, 39° 54' 8.4384" E See map: Google Maps “The start of the ICC trial is an important opportunity to end impunity for the serious crimes committed in 2007/2008. Kenya must cooperate fully with the ICC and support its work to ensure a fair and effective process for the defendants, victims and witnesses, and for the Kenyan people” Fuente:  Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International’s Africa programme director Fecha:  Lun, 09/09/2013 URL:  Kenya's ICC trials Descripción:  Questions and answers URL:  Kenya’s withdrawal from ICC a travesty for justice Descripción:  Press Release, 5 September 2013 URL:  Kenya: Reject efforts to withdraw from the International Criminal Court Descripción:  Story, 4 September 2013 URL:  African Union: Reject Kenya’s attempt to shield its leaders from accountability Descripción:  Press Release, 24 May 2013 URL:  Kenya must comply with ICC summons on post-election violence Descripción:  News Story, 9 March 2011

Kenia se burla de la justicia al retirarse de la Corte Penal Internacional

Tras conocerse que el Parlamento de Kenia ha aprobado hoy la retirada de la Corte Penal Internacional, Amnistía Internacional ha declarado: “La votación de hoy es un alarmante intento de negar justicia a los cientos de miles de personas que perdieron la vida o fueron expulsadas de sus hogares durante la violencia poselectoral de 2007 y 2008”. Tras conocerse que el Parlamento de Kenia ha aprobado hoy la retirada de la Corte Penal Internacional, Netsanet Belay, director del Programa Regional para África de Amnistía Internacional, ha manif

La décision du Kenya de se retirer de la CPI est un revers pour la justice

Jeudi 5 septembre, le Parlement kenyan s’est prononcé en faveur du retrait du pays de la Cour pénale internationale. Ce vote est une tentative inquiétante de priver de justice les centaines de milliers de personnes ayant été chassées de leur domicile ou tuées lors des violences postélectorales de 2007-2008, a déclaré Amnesty International. Jeudi 5 septembre, le Parlement kenyan s’est prononcé en faveur du retrait du pays de la Cour pénale internationale.

Kenya’s withdrawal from ICC a travesty for justice

Following the Kenyan parliament’s vote to withdraw from the International Criminal Court today, Amnesty International said: “Today’s vote is a disturbing attempt to deny justice to the hundreds of thousands of people who were driven from their homes or killed in the post election violence in 2007-8”. Following the Kenyan parliament’s vote to withdraw from the International Criminal Court today, Netsanet Belay, Africa Director at Amnesty International said:

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