November 2011
Monitor;Nov2011-Apr2012, Issue 43, p13
The article reports on the views on the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Rwanda and Burundi. It notes the ability of Rwandan judiciary to conduct investigation and prosecution of all grave crime allegations such as crimes against humanity, genocide, and war crimes happened in Rwanda. Primary civil society actors express concerns over the systematic arrests as well as murders of the opposition party members in Burundi.


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