Zuma het netso geskerm om die “regering” te probeer oortuig om nie deel te wees van die Internasionale Kriminele Hof (ICC) nie. Nou doen Ramaphosa identies dieselfde en ander ANC lede stem nie saam hom nie.. Wat het sedertdien met Omar al-Bashir gebeur en het sy “verlede van korrupsie en misdaad” hom nou ingehaal? Dit is buitensporig bekend hoe daar geld geleen en verkry word uit belastings uit en dan verdwyn dit in die ANC prutpot van korrupsie en misdaad.
During the party’s national general council meeting, the ANC resolved to ask governemnt to start with the process of withdrawing its membership from the ICC, calling on Parliament to begin amending the law to implement the Rome Statute.
This after South Africa did not adhere to an order by the ICC in 2015 to arrest former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir who was accused of genocide and war crimes. Pule Mabe from the ANC said the party is not dogmatic in its approach on this matter.
The ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule told the Sunday Times that the decision to withdraw from the ICC remains. “Conference resolutions can’t be changed midterm,” he said. The party’s resolution to quit the ICC followed SA’s failure to execute the court’s arrest warrant for Omar al-Bashir, who was wanted for war crimes, when the then Sudanese president visited SA in 2015 to attend an AU summit.
CR – “We must consider a strategic retreat from our position on withdrawing from the International Criminal Court in view of the fact that the rest of the continent has abandoned this position, leaving South Africa isolated, and also in order to support Palestine in bringing a case against Israel.”
ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe said the decision to withdraw from the ICC remained a resolution of the 2017 national conference.
“The 54th ANC national conference reaffirmed the decision that South Africa must withdraw from the ICC and ratify the Malabo protocol on amendments to the protocol on the statute of the African Court of Justice & Human Rights and encourage the speedy operationalisation of the African Court of Human & People’s Rights,” said Mabe.
The decision to now back away from those decisions sheds some light on why the International Crimes Bill has not been enacted. It was revived last year by the Ramaphosa parliament after it had lapsed when the term of the Zuma parliament had ended. There has since been no movement on the bill.
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