Fatou Bensouda: The ‘Shadow’ of the ICC

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Fatou Bensouda: The ‘Shadow’ of the ICC
The Stanley Foundation - Intercontinental New York Barclay Hotel
This panel will project a vision of how R2P can and should develop by 2022. It will consider what challenges and prospects the concept will face and what world leaders, experts, and advocates must consider as global events unfold. Speakers will be invited to imagine what “success” for R2P might look like over the course of the next ten years, and to consider how the world’s approach to recent crises might look different were those same crises to be faced in 2022."

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There was a UN resolution clearly stipulating that the presidential elections could not take place in Côte-d'Ivoire until after the disarmament of the rebels was completed. That resolution specifically authorized the elections to be held only two months after the disarmament was completed. This measure was purposely put in place after years of negotiations by President Laurent Gbagbo, to protect the lives of the people of Côte-d'Ivoire. But Mr. Ban Ki-Moon along with Nicolas Sarkozy (former French President) forced President Laurent Gbagbo to hold elections prior to the disarmament, hence giving the leverage and every opportunity to the rebels to use their weapons, illegal forces and terror to impose their will to the people of Côte-d'Ivoire.
By smyrnademocracy 2 years ago