Former Attorney General Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong Appointed To The International Criminal Court (ICC)

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The former Attorney General and Minister of Justice under the John Dramani Mahama government, Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong, have been appointed to a role at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Mrs Appiah-Oppong has been named to a three year term on the ICC’s Court of Arbitration.

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Woyome Takes Judgement Debt Case To African Human Rights Court After ICC Rejected It

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Woyome is not resting on his laurels and is determined that Ghana would leave him to enjoy his Ghc 51.2m judgement debt in peace.
Barely a day after the International Court of Commerce (ICC) refused to hear his appeal for the judgement that he refund the money be thrown out, his lawyers have announced they have taken the case before an African tribunal

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South Africa Planning To Withdraw Their Membership Of The International Criminal Court

South African President Jacob Zuma
South African President Jacob Zuma

South Africa is planning a withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) due to concerns of bias against African nations.

Deputy minister in the Presidency, Obed Bapela, says the International body has lost it’s direction, according to Reuters. The minister told reporters the government is planning their withdrawal due to their firm belief bigger nations trample on the rights of perceived smaller nations.

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