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    Baaada ya tafiti nyingi kuhusu hili swala na pesa mlima kuteketea ninaamini busara itumike uchunguzi huu ufnungwe kwa sababu mashahidi wengi hivi sasa ni marehemu...............na kinachoendelea hivi sasa ni umbeya tu..................
     
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    Kwa hili ushauri wa Rutashubanyuma unapotosha ukweli, kwasababu suala hili limekwifanyiwa chunguzi nyingi, ikiwemo ule wa Scortland Yard, kiasi kwamba hauitajiki uchunguzi mpya; isipokuwa kuzifanyia mapitio chunguzi zote hizo kwa madhumuni ya kuchambua kati ya mchele na pumba.
     
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    Parliament pulls Kenya from ICC treaty









    [​IMG] MPs on December 22, 2010 voted unanimously in support of the motion by Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto asking the government to withdraw from the Rome Statute. Photo/FILE
    By NJERI RUGENE nrugene@ke.nationmedia.comPosted Wednesday, December 22 2010 at 21:24

    Kenyan MPs on Wednesday night rallied behind a motion seeking to withdraw Kenya from the Rome Statute.



    The MPs fully supported the motion by Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto for Kenya to cease being a signatory to the statute which creates the International Criminal Court.

    Only Gichugu MP Martha Karua disagreed.

    And during the debate on Wednesday night, MPs poured vitriol on the ICC and its chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo.

    They expressed solidarity with the six people named as perpetrators of the post election violence.

    They resolved that cases arising from the chaos be handled by local judicial systems.

    The motion had been thrown out on Tuesday by Deputy Speaker Farah Maalim for violating the constitution.

    However, Mr Ruto amended it to suit constitutional requirements and after giving notice to the House on Wednesday, it was placed for debate.

    Supporting the motion, Energy minister Kiraitu Murungi dismissed the ICC as a colonial imperialist court.

    "It is only Africans from former colonies who are being tried at the ICC. No American or British will be tried at the ICC and we should not willingly allow ourselves to return to colonialism,'' he said.

    "The fears that we had when we were introducing the international criminal justice system are no longer there.

    "There is nothing we cannot handle. As a sovereign country, no other Kenyan who will be tried on foreign land. Let the six go but we have now learnt our lessons.''

    And he defended Head of the Civil Service and Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Muthaura whose name was among those in the Ocampo list saying: "I cannot imagine somebody like Ambassador Mutthaura raping anyone.''

    Ms Karua was the lone voice against the motion, which she described as unfortunate and misguided and pleaded with MPs to think about the interests of poll violence victims.

    The Narc Kenya leader challenged President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga to accept responsibility for failing to support the establishment of a local tribunal.

    "The ICC did not come to us. We beckoned it. It is here by virtue of invitation by none other than the two principals and by extension Parliament,'' she said.

    "If Kenyans were wondering about impunity, this is the face of impunity,'' she added, saying victims of the violence would be the greatest beneficiary of the ICC process.

    Assistant minister Kabando wa Kabando supported the motion defending Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta who has also been named and said "he is now suffering'' for helping mobilizing resources for victims of the violence.

    Seconding, Mr Jeremiah Kioni (Ndaragwa) asked: "Are we surrendering our sovereignty to foreigners?''

    Trade minister Chirau Mwakwere asked the rest of Africa to follow Kenya's example and withdraw from the Hague.

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    Parliament pulls Kenya from ICC treaty









    [​IMG] MPs on December 22, 2010 voted unanimously in support of the motion by Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto asking the government to withdraw from the Rome Statute. Photo/FILE
    By NJERI RUGENE nrugene@ke.nationmedia.comPosted Wednesday, December 22 2010 at 21:24

    Kenyan MPs on Wednesday night rallied behind a motion seeking to withdraw Kenya from the Rome Statute.



    The MPs fully supported the motion by Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto for Kenya to cease being a signatory to the statute which creates the International Criminal Court.

    Only Gichugu MP Martha Karua disagreed.

    And during the debate on Wednesday night, MPs poured vitriol on the ICC and its chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo.

    They expressed solidarity with the six people named as perpetrators of the post election violence.

    They resolved that cases arising from the chaos be handled by local judicial systems.

    The motion had been thrown out on Tuesday by Deputy Speaker Farah Maalim for violating the constitution.

    However, Mr Ruto amended it to suit constitutional requirements and after giving notice to the House on Wednesday, it was placed for debate.

    Supporting the motion, Energy minister Kiraitu Murungi dismissed the ICC as a colonial imperialist court.

    “It is only Africans from former colonies who are being tried at the ICC. No American or British will be tried at the ICC and we should not willingly allow ourselves to return to colonialism,’’ he said.

    “The fears that we had when we were introducing the international criminal justice system are no longer there.

    “There is nothing we cannot handle. As a sovereign country, no other Kenyan who will be tried on foreign land. Let the six go but we have now learnt our lessons.’’

    And he defended Head of the Civil Service and Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Muthaura whose name was among those in the Ocampo list saying: “I cannot imagine somebody like Ambassador Mutthaura raping anyone.’’

    Ms Karua was the lone voice against the motion, which she described as unfortunate and misguided and pleaded with MPs to think about the interests of poll violence victims.

    The Narc Kenya leader challenged President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga to accept responsibility for failing to support the establishment of a local tribunal.

    “The ICC did not come to us. We beckoned it. It is here by virtue of invitation by none other than the two principals and by extension Parliament,’’ she said.

    “If Kenyans were wondering about impunity, this is the face of impunity,’’ she added, saying victims of the violence would be the greatest beneficiary of the ICC process.

    Assistant minister Kabando wa Kabando supported the motion defending Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta who has also been named and said “he is now suffering’’ for helping mobilizing resources for victims of the violence.

    Seconding, Mr Jeremiah Kioni (Ndaragwa) asked: “Are we surrendering our sovereignty to foreigners?’’

    Trade minister Chirau Mwakwere asked the rest of Africa to follow Kenya’s example and withdraw from the Hague.

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    Kalonzo : State backs bid to quit ICC

    By NATION TEAM newsdesk@ke.nationmedia.comPosted Wednesday, December 22 2010 at 22:25

    The controversial motion seeking to have Kenya withdraw from the Rome Statute is a government motion, Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka told the House on Wednesday.

    The Rome Statue creates the International Criminal Court. The Vice President's remarks appeared to take the Speaker and some MPs by surprise when he described the motion by Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto as Government business.

    "The House Business Committee deliberated on the motion to be here today. That is government business. We have no problem re-ordering business in the order paper so that we have this motion discussed first before other business. The House Business Committee is not bigger than this House and I will be guided by the feelings of this House.''

    Afternoon sitting are usually reserved for Government motions while those by private members are reserved for Wednesday morning sitting.

    Mr Ruto's motion, which was thrown out by Deputy Speaker Farah Maalim for violating the constitution, made its way back on Wednesday after amendments. The Chepalungu MP then gave notice to move the motion on Wednesday morning.

    The Speaker said as far as he was concerned, Wednesday afternoon is reserved for government business and demanded to know from the Leader of Government Business in Parliament, who is Mr Musyoka, whether the Ruto motion had now become government business.

    Assistant minister Kilemi Mwiria demanded that the VP provides leadership as to which between the government motion and that of a private member takes precedence. Mr Musyoka said: "I will be guided by the feelings of the House.''

    Mr Marende said Standing Orders were explicit on how to dispose business in the sequence it appears on the order paper or as the Speaker may direct.

    Motions to be discussed before Mr Ruto's included the approval of nominees to the Judicial Service Commission, the Commission for the implementation of the Constitution and commissioners to the Revenue Allocation Commission.
     
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    Councillors to raise cash for Hague Six







    By NATION correspondentPosted Wednesday, December 22 2010 at 22:26

    More than 80 councillors will hold a fundraising in aid of the six suspects named by ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo.

    The councillors from the Kipsigis County Council, Kericho Municipal Council, Litein and Londiani Urban Councils on Wednesday told a press conference in Kericho town that they would also donate their allowances to the suspects.

    Led by Kipsigis County Council chairman Moses arap Bii and Mayor John Kauria, the leaders said they had mobilised their colleagues from the South Rift to raise funds for the living and legal expenses of the suspects who are set to stand trial at The Hague, Netherlands.

    "Our solidarity lies with our leaders. That is why we have vowed to forfeit our allowances and we will also raise funds towards the forthcoming case at The Hague," said Mr Kauria.

    The two said some of them would accompany the suspects to The Hague during the hearing.

    The councillors exonerated the six from any blame, adding that the ICC prosecutor had erred in refusing to investigate the bungled elections of 2007, which they claimed, "ignited the post-election violence."

    They said those who called for mass action also contributed the chaos.
     
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    Mimi naunga mkono kujitoa maana mahakama inaonekana zaidi ni kwa ajiri ya waafrika na kdogo sana former eastern europe.
    mbona ICC imeshimdwa kumshtaki George W. Bush kwa kile kilichotokea Iraq
     
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