The international criminal court and the promotion of peace and justice: case study of Kenya

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Kampala International University.College of Law
This article investigates on the role played by the International Criminal Court and the promotion of peace and justice in Kenya. It also seeks to see the potholes in the system and give recommendations where needed. Issues such as the post election violence in Kenya have also been discussed. Such includes the problems faced during the elections violence and the solutions that have been used and the ones that have already been used to promote peace and justice. Victims that have been affected during the elections have not been forgotten in this research. This has been discussed as a subtopic in the third chapter of the research. The International Criminal Court has also been looked at in chapter Four. The ICC has faced a lot of problems when trying to help Kenya rebuild itself as a nation, such problems have been looked at in the same chapter four.
This dissertation has been submitted to the faculty of Law in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of bachelor of Laws in Kampala International University
Criminal court, Promotion, Peace, Justice, Kenya