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Ruto and Sang want the hearing of their cases pushed

15 February 2013, 08:51

Hague - Daily Nation reports William Ruto and Joshua Sang want crimes against humanity cases facing them at the International Criminal Court heard in July.

The lawyer representing Ruto told the trial chamber chaired by judge Kuniko Ozaki that the defence teams for his client and Sang required at least four months from the last disclosure date to prepare for the cases. 

The disclosure deadline is March 10, which comes exactly a month to the date for the commencement of the cases facing the two suspects.

- For more visit Daily Nation


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