Does the ICC disrupt peace efforts?
The International Criminal Court has summoned six high profile Kenyans accused of orchestrating the violence that followed the disputed 2007 elections.
The Africa Union is backing the Kenyan government's request to the United Nations Security Council for the ICC to defer the trial. The government argues, that with a new constitution in place, it will set up a local tribunal to try them. They say sending the six to the Hague could threaten the stability of the country.
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir is also wanted in The Hague. But some African leaders argue that arresting him could destabilise Sudan and the East African region.
Do you think that the pursuit of justice can hinder peace efforts? Or should it be pursued at all costs? Is justice delayed really justice denied?
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