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Message par Le Negrier le Jeu 12 Fév - 16:37

KINSHASA (AFP) – The Democratic Republic of Congo on Thursday justified a refusal to hand over a former rebel chief for trial by a world court on the grounds that domestic peace was best served by his remaining free.
The country's justice minister, Emmanuel-Janvier Luzolo, told a press conference that "in the judicial practice of any state, there are moments when the demands of peace override the traditional needs of justice."
The International Criminal Court, based The Hague, wants to try Bosco Ntaganda for alleged war crimes in the country's northeastern Ituri region, particularly enlisting child soldiers in 2002-2003.
But Ntaganda, the head of general staff of the rebel National Congress for the Defence of the People (CNDP), on January 16 went over to Kinshasa's side in a conflict that has wracked the eastern region for years.
When President Joseph Kabila on January 31 stated that he sought "peace and security" in the Nord-Kivu province, where hundreds of thousands of people were uprooted by successive conflicts, his remark was already a strong hint that he would not turn Ntaganda over to the ICC.
Luzolo acknowledged Thursday that "justice is an intrinsic element of peace" and also warned critics against "dragging the DRC through the mud" despite his remarks.
"Have I said that Bosco Ntaganda has been pardoned?" he asked, without detailing what fate awaited the former rebel leader.
Ntaganda's defection dealt a massive blow to one of Kinshasa's toughest adversaries in the eastern Kivu provinces, renegade general Laurent Nkunda, who was arrested in neighbouring Rwanda on January 22.
Since then, CNDP forces have started rallying to the national DRC army, the FARDC, which is engaged in joint operations with Rwandan troops and with UN logistic support to quell strife in the region.
When it came to Nkunda, Luzolo said that his extradition from Rwanda was in hand and said that he would be tried within the DRC, but gave no precise details of when and how except that the renegade leader wuld get a regular trial with a right to defence.
International watchdog Human Rights Watch on February 5 urged Kabila to hand over Ntaganda to the ICC, a court set up in 2002 for try cases of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The eastern provinces of the vast central African country, which has great mineral wealth, have been particularly scarred by successive conflicts before and after a 1998-2003 war that embroiled more than half a dozen African armies, with Rwanda then fighting Kinshasa.
A long peace process began before the end of the war, but aroused concern in human rights and judicial circles when former war crimes suspects on all sides in the DRC appear to benefit from a waiver of justice on being integrated into the new national army.

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Re: LE GOUVERNEMENT CONGOLAIS REFUSE DE LIVRER LE GENOCIDAIRE BOSCO NTAGANDA!! INCROYABLE!!

Message par ANAKIN le Ven 13 Fév - 16:08

Ca montre que le Rwanda a les affaires en main, et Kabila ne fait qu'obeir aux ordres dictes depuis Kigali et Dieu sait quels autres endroits. Notre pays serait il un pays maudit pour avoir des gens aussi incopentents et sans honneur ni couilles? Evil or Very Mad
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