by Afua Hirsch on 15 Jun 2012 | Comments
Expectations are high for the ICC’s new chief prosecutor. What should she do first?
Expectations are high for Fatou Bensouda, the new chief prosecutor for the international criminal court. But after her predecessor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, alienated significant communities involved with the court – from his own staff to victims groups to diplomats – much of Bensouda’s popularity stems from the simple fact that she is not him.
As the novelty of her appointment – and the fact that for the first time the court is being led by a woman and an African – wears off, what are the top five things she should do in office?
Follow the link for all five points.
Source: The Guardian (UK)