Putting Complementarity into Practice: Domestic Justice for International Crimes in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, and Kenya

Eric A. Witte
Wars and mass violence regularly leave thousands of people raped or killed in their wake. National justice systems are meant to take the lead in bringing perpetrators to justice. But legal systems are often unable to do so because of armed conflict, corruption, or inadequate investment. Moreover, the enthusiasm of political leaders to bring high-level suspects to justice is often lacking. At the same time, the International Criminal Court (ICC) cannot deal with all the...
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