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Are African countries right to quit the International Criminal Court?

By France 24
28 Oct 2016   |   4:30 am   |   5m 34s
With South Africa, Burundi and Gambia announcing they are to leave the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, international media are asking if the Hague-based institution is in the process of crumbling.


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  • sadisu mallam Gabdo

    to me, since the court has reneged from its original purpose of its establishment, there is no need for the African Countries to remain in the Court. the worst crime in the world is committed by the super powers by aiding terrorist to wage wars against legitimate governments just to protect their interest, there is no single leader of any of the European country that was investigated and or tried by the so call world court. what moral justification should the African has to remain in the court. they should withdraw.

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