ICC trial against Deputy President William Ruto and Sang adjourned
THE HAGUE TRIAL
By Standard Digital Reporter | May 16th 2014
By Standard Digital Reporter
NAIROBI, KENYA: Deputy President William Ruto and Sang's case at International Criminal Court (ICC) has been pushed to June 16, 2014 due to logistical matters.
The Prosecution requested an adjournment until the end of the month of June or beginning of July 2014 due to logistical matters.
The parties did not oppose the application and the request was granted by ICC Judges. Trial hearings will resume on 16 June 2014.
“We wanted to draw your attention to an oral ruling made by Trial Chamber V (a) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the case The Prosecutor v. William Samoei Ruto and Joshua Arap Sang, by which the Chamber adjourns trial hearings until 16 June 2014,” said ICC
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