Shafee: Rome Statute will affect 'rogue' rulers, AG should be honest

Faisal Asyraf

Modified 4 May 2019, 9:52 am

Senior lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah is of the view that the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) would affect rulers who commit offences in their personal capacity, and he urges Attorney-General Tommy Thomas to be honest about it.

Shafee said that rulers are subjected to prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC) if they committed offences in their own personal capacity and if the AG refuses to prosecute them...

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