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Kenyans wakataa local tribunal???

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Tumain, Nov 12, 2009.

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    Tumain JF-Expert Member

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    Local tribunal
    Borrowing from the Bible, Machage said just like it happened to two brothers when one killed another and veined ignorance, only for God to remind the killer that his blood was crying for justice, the same case was applying locally.
    "Those killed during the clashes have their blood crying for help from the MPs. This is the time for Kenyan to know who their leaders are and what they stand for," said Dr Machage.
    Moving the Bill, Imanyara said, even though he was the initiator, he had received input from million of Kenyans who were banking on the MPs’ decision to establish a local tribunal to try other suspects besides those to be tried at The Hague. The three MPs said the Bill was not targeting any individual but a means to have criminals in the post election violence punished.
    They said Kenya has suffered immensely through official impunity; a culture they said will only be addressed if the Bill was passed. Imanyara said the Bill meets all the international standards and will see justice to all. The MPs said the Bill would see all the victims compensated in a more structured manner and that it will strictly be above any attempts to influence its decisions.
    Among those absent from the Chamber were Rift Valley MPs. Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto told reporters at Parliament Buildings the House would not pass the Bill.
    Although Ruto skirted queries why MPs absented themselves from the House on the second day after resumption from a two-month break, he alluded to a plot to boycott the Bill.
    "It’s not Parliament that lacked MPs. It is the Bill that did not raise quorum," he said.
    "This Bill has been recycled so many times. Parliament cannot be asked the same question all the time. We made it clear we are not interested in this Bill."
    Ruto wondered how the legislation was expected to garner the requisite majority if it could not even raise quorum. The MP claimed consultations were only held out of Parliament, alleging MPs were not involved.
    "This Bill has blessings of certain elements in Government," he said.
    "We want to strengthen existing institutions," Ruto said, saying the clamour for a tribunal should be abandoned.
    Asked whether he stood for post-election trials to be conducted by the ICC, he responded: "If you want an external body to take over these cases, then the current Government must resign because its an indictment it’s not in charge."
    He said if the ICC must step in, it must take full charge and investigate even "main beneficiaries" of the power struggle.
     
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    Tumain JF-Expert Member

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    What is the politics behind kwanini wakenya serikali inapeleka muswada wa kutengeneza local tribunal wabunge wana-reject this is third time now?? kuna nini wanataka watuhumiwa wapelekwe "The Hague"...
     
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    I can understand their point. Ni kama hapa Bongo kesi za Ufisadi zipelekwe the Hague, lazima Mafisadi watapinga kwa nguvu zao kwa sababu wanajua kule hawataweza ku-dictate outcome in their favour. Hiki ndicho kinachoendelea Kenya.
     
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    Heshima mbele mkuu, your analogy as pertaining to the Tanzanian situation is perfect!!!
     
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    At least Tanzania wamepelekwa mahakamani (baadhi)..lakini tatizo ambao hawajapelekwa ndio muhimu sana...kenya hata kupeleka hata moja hiyo ni shame
     
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    Hao waliopelekwa Mahakamani unadhani kuna watakachofanywa? Hakuna lolote litakaloendelea zaidi ya kuvuta muda mpaka uchaguzi upite mwakani na baada ya hapo kitakachotokea kitakua Zombe style.

    Yoote hii ni danganya Toto.
     
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    May be yes may be Not! let wait and see..lakini ukimuuliza lawyer wa mramba, yona, na wengine hawako na view kama yako ..wana haha na legal battle..kuwasiadia clients wao wako kwenye deep shit...lakini imesaidia descipline kwenye pesa za serikali kwa kiwangi kikubwa.."Kufukuza ndege kwenye shamba mpunga" siyo kuwashika style..
     
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