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|Title:||What is next for Félicien Kabuga? Socratic connivance and rupture in international criminal trials|
|Citation:||Raman, R. (May 21, 2020) What is next for Félicien Kabuga? Socratic connivance and rupture in international criminal trials. IntLawGrrls|
|Abstract:||An unpredictable side-effect of the COVID-19 related lockdown measures in France came in the form of the arrest of high profile fugitive Félicien Kabuga in a home raid outside Paris. The arrest ended twenty six years of Kabuga’s colorful flight across the globe, stopped finally by the COVID-19 pandemic induced restrictions on his movement. Long considered the key financier of the Rwandan genocide, Kabuga was indicted by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 1996. He is now 84 years old and faces the possibility of a criminal trial in Arusha, Tanzania.|
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