The role of ICC in delivering justice in Africa
The study has explored the establishment of international criminal court and its effectiveness on delivery of justice. The chief objective of this research is to establish how international criminal court works within its jurisdiction in order to serve its purpose that is delivery of justice. The study specifically aimed to explore how effective the court has acted to deliver justice, challenges that the court it undergoes while delivering justice such as political influence from head of states, financials support and implementing orders issued by the courts. The research methodology utilized primary data from questioner and interviews. Secondary data include publications by scholarly books, journals and articles on international law and journals, statements from international criminal court officials, report from United Nations and nongovernmental agencies. The research was cast in a descriptive survey research which employed explanations useful in gathering information, analyzing, presentation and interpretation for the purpose of clarification. Finding reveals that there are both success and failures although failures supersede success. The study recommends that states and non-state actors should collaborate to ensure the court gets enough support in order to achieve its main purpose of establishment.
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