THINKPIECE: Questions of Darfur justice
What are your thoughts on that and what do you hope 2007 will achieve for the people of Darfur?Comments invited (and appreciated) via here below, email or blog entry (I'll link back to your response and list it here) - thanks.
What more can the Office of the Prosecutor do to bring expeditious justice for the people of Darfur?
PS Drima, if you are reading this, I hope you can chivvy up some feedback re above two questions, it'd be interesting to know what those at Mideast Youth blog are thinking. I wonder what American readers' responses would be. If an American blogger picks up on this post and attracts some responses, I'd be grateful. Thanks. More later.
Photo: Luis Moreno Ocampo. Source SudanTribune article : ICC: "No Sudanese official immune from Prosecution"
The Hague Justice Portal
Sudan Watch: ICC Prosecutor says 1st case against Sudan crimes is ready
Dec 18 2006 FT op-ed by Christopher Caldwell: Darfur: It Is Best to Stay Out - International Criminal Court prosecutors announced on Thursday that they were preparing the first Darfur-related arrest warrants, another mistake. Threatening leaders with life sentences in the Hague turns a situation that might conceivably be resolved by diplomacy into a fight to the death.