Written by: Jefferson G. Togba
Jefferson G. Togba, Author of this articleEver since its birth in 1946, the International Criminal Court and /or International Court of Justice (ICC/ICJ) has not done much to prosecute perpetrators of war crime and crime against humanity holistically. Since justice for one would equally means giving justice to all as crime is never planned and executed by a single individual.
Moreover, I think the ICC/ICJ has seen Africa as less power to turn down or ignore arrest warrant so whenever the court wants to learn new terms or description of crime in practice; Africans’ leaders and stakeholders …read more
Source: GNN Liberia