JUDGES SAY NO TIMELY RESPONSES
The judges said despite the passage of a further 18 months and notwithstanding the Kenyan government’s continuing statutory obligation to comply with any cooperation request from the ICC, it appears no further progress has been made in implementing the Prosecutor’s request. They said the government failed to take all reasonable steps to execute a request for cooperation from the court, including by not providing clear, relevant and timely responses. “... or taking any meaningful steps to compel production of requested information. According to the Chamber, the noncooperation has prevented the court from exercising its functions and powers under the Statute,” the judges said.