The Trial of Bemba et al. at the International Criminal Court
After his trial on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity before the ICC, Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo now stands accused along with four others of seeking to influence the outcome of the process by bribing witnesses.
The former Congolese politician and militia leader faces a second trial on charges of crimes against the administration of justice, together with two senior members of his defense team, a Congolese Member of Parliament, and a defense witness.
This briefing paper—with timeline—explains the background to the trial, the first of its kind at the court.
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