Recent Court Documents in the 2 ICC Kenya Cases 18 November 2013
The Appeals Chamber asked the parties for their views on the CLR’s application. The Prosecutor said she had no objection to the CLR’s participation.
In the same matter, the Ruto and Sang defence teams filed written submissions asking the Appeals Chamber to deny the Prosecutor’s appeal to change the temporal scope of the charges.
The CLR in the Kenyatta case asked the court to deny Kenyatta’s request to be excused from continuous presence at his trial.
The Government of Kenya asked to make amicus curiae submissions on Parliament’s resolution to withdraw Kenya from the Rome Statute.
Tagged: CLR, Common Legal Representation, excusal from continuous presence, Parliament, Temporal Scope, Uhuru Kenyatta, Withdrawal from the ICC