Aljazeera Interview: What’s the future of the ICC after its latest setback? | Inside Story
The International Criminal Court has acquitted the former leader of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo. He was arrested in Abidjan in 2011 and charged with crimes against humanity in connection with the violence that followed disputed presidential elections in 2010. But after a three year trial, judges said the prosecution failed to prove Gbagbo’s involvement in the violence and ordered his release. So, what will this mean for Ivory Coast and the ICC?
Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Jim Wormington – Researcher, Africa Division of Human Rights Watch.
Gilles Yabi – Political Analyst and founder of the WATHI Think Tank.
Mark Kersten – Deputy Director of The Wayamo Foundation and author of ‘Justice in Conflict: The Effects of the International Criminal Court’s Interventions on Ending Wars and Building Peace.’