Now Uhuru’s case put off indefinitely

PHOTO | FILE President Uhuru Kenyatta speaks at a past function. The International Criminal Court has postponed indefinitely the trial of President Kenyatta that was to begin on February 5.

What you need to know:

  • The prosecutor said she would only continue with the case once satisfied that the new evidence would be enough to support the case.
  • The judges said given the new and distinct issues of law raised by the defence in seeking termination of the case, they found it appropriate that the prosecution should fully respond to them by January 31.
  • The judges ordered the registry to reclassify as public the prosecution’s request to reply as soon as a public redacted version of the defence response has been filed.

The International Criminal Court has postponed indefinitely the trial of President Kenyatta that was to begin on February 5.

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