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Le 15 janvier 2019, la Chambre de première instance de la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) a prononcé l’acquittement de l’ancien président ivoirien Laurent Gbagbo et son principal bras droit, monsieur Charles Blé Goudé et a ordonné leur libération immédiate. Les deux hommes étaient poursuivis pour crimes contre l’humanité commis dans le contexte de la crise post-électorale ivoirienne de 2010 qui a fait plus de 3000 morts. Arrêtés respectivement en 2011 (Gbagbo) et en 2013 (Blé Goudé),...

Steven W.S. Kayuni [1]

Let me start with the following proposition: Every interpretation of the Rome Statute and/or procedural mechanism leading to an acquittal at the ICC is brave. It confirms the apparent perceptions and animus of the framers of the Rome Statute i.e. a new experiment in global justice that is not characterized by the traditional dialectic of north and south, rich and poor, first world and third world, Great Powers and everyone else but genuinely egalitarian in structure and profo...

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