A special meeting of the Kenya Cabinet has failed to agree on the issue of implementing legislation for the establishment of a Special Tribunal.
Instead, a team to be headed by Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs minister Mutula Kilonzo has been tasked to work on proposals that the cabinet discussed.
During the meeting the cabinet referred to The Rome Statute and The International Crimes Act (Act 16 of 2008).
The minutes of the meeting between International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Ocampo and the Government of Kenya delegation to The Hague on 3rd July, 2009 were also subjected to the deliberations.
It is the second time that the cabinet has postponed making a decision on the formation of a local tribunal to try suspects of the post-election violence.
Last Tuesday, a similar meeting ended without a decision and it was agreed that another cabinet session be held today for further deliberations.
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