Joseph Kony, ICC and the Juba peace talks that were!

Its very absurd that such a prominent and professional rebel search as Kony could demand the withdrawal of his name from the ICC criminal list when there was evidence to convict him of crimes he committed against Humanity, those untold and told atrocities against his fellow tribe mates.

It is 2010 and Kony isn't arrested yet!

Its high time authorities realized that this is an intelligent mockery of the whole situation and it actually tends to belittle the efforts of the various governments diplomats, NGOs that have been involved in the peace process.

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Tags: ICC, Juba, Kony, LRA, Mediation, Negotiation, Peace, Uganda, War

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Comment by Catherine Akurut on January 16, 2010 at 1:59pm
Thank you for your comment Ben.
Comment by Ben Makit on January 16, 2010 at 1:25am
Hello Catherine, I agree with you, I think until we Southern Sudan with it government look into those issues and hold people accountable for thier action, then the peace process will not coexistence rether than the conflict. anyhow, thanks for posting this, we should hope over fear together. as people quoted " courage is not absence of fear, but the streangth to do what is wright in the face of it" so it will take people like u and I to bring peace and hope over fear to Sudan.

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