This is with reference to your story published yesterday, under the headline, “MPs seek protection for families of the deceased colleagues”. To be honest, I was shocked when I read the story. I am one of the people who, all along, thought that lawmakers were in position to determine whatever benefits they wanted in line with their official duties.
I followed with keen interest the meeting of the East African magistrates which took place in Kigali this week. From the stories I read in The New Times it is clear that African jurists, just like political leaders, are concerned with what they called “selective” justice exercised by the International Criminal Court (ICC), which has hitherto largely targeted African suspects.
Editor, In response to the article that was published in The New Times paper on Wednesday titled ‘Twenty-nine planes grounded in DR Congo’ I would like to ask the ACC officials as well as all our neighbouring countries to truly uphold the importance of aviation safety and security as their primary focus