Supreme court decided that South Africa is not out of criminal Court may steps
The decision of South Africa to the International criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague no longer to recognize, is in conflict with the constitution. That has the South African supreme court Wednesday determined.
The opposition in South Africa had the case brought.
The South African government has previously let you know, that land planning is the Treaty of Rome on to say. With that treaty in 1998, the ICC was established. In 2002, the ICC has officially started. It is the first legal institution with a permanent international jurisdiction in respect of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The court is located in Africa under fire because it is now seen as a tribunal for Africans to justice. The ICC continues almost exclusively of people from Africa, including heads of state including the president of Sudan, Omar Hassan al-Bashir.