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n Acta Juridica - Prosecutorial discretion and victims’ rights at the International Criminal Court : demarcating the battle lines - part i : focus on the International Criminal Court

Volume 2016 Number 1
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Abstract

Many victims were killed, and in fact one of us had to carry the head of her dead husband from Nakuru so that she could bury it. Her husband was killed during PEV. Do you know how traumatising that is? Another lady’s husband was killed in their house. These women are suffering and their only hope was the ICC. You are now informing us that the case has been terminated, do you want us to kill ourselves also? (Halafu unatuáfembia case imeisha, unataka hata sisi tujiue?)

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Will the Court at least allow us to give our opinions in regards to this termination? There is so much we have to tell the Court and we feel they should listen to our grievances.

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2016-12-01
2020-02-26

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