Among the International Crook Court’s many desired individuals might soon face trial.
Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is implicated of war criminal offenses, genocide and criminal offenses versus mankind in the western Darfur area.
In 2003, he sent out soldiers and militias to reduce mainly non-Arab rebels.
The UN thinks illness, starvation and combating eliminated at least 300,000 individuals.
Al-Bashir rejects the claims, and has actually gotten away previous efforts to send him to the Hague tribunal.
However he is no longer in power and Sudan’s transitional federal government and rebels in Darfur have actually now accepted turn over all suspects desired by the ICC.
So, will Omar al-Bashir face trial at the ICC?
Speaker: Nastasya Tay
Waleed Madibo – President of the Sudan Policy Online Forum
Samaher El Mubarak – Spokesperson for the Sudanese Professionals Association
Kenneth Roth – Executive director of the Human Rights View
Source: Al Jazeera News