Claudi Corradetti on transitional justice in Kenya
This week the ICC abandoned its claim of orchastration of violence against deputy president William Ruto. In this article Claudio Corradetti discusses the balance of transitional justice in the Kenyan Context.
Following the elections in Kenya in 2007, accusations of orchestrating violence were raised against Kenya's deputy president William Ruto. The accusations led to an ICC investigation. This week the ICC abandoned the case, declaring the prosecution a mistrial.
In this article Postdoctoral Fellow Claudio Corradetti reflects on the politicisation post-election period in Kenya, and discusses the relationship between the operations of the ICC and the Responsibility to Protect in this context.
The article is available in full at SSRN. Read the article here