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The Politics of Moving On: Legitimacy and Contestation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Kenya

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‘Moving on’ was the most dominant response to the ICC intervention among those most affected by the 2007 post-election violence in Kenya. ‘Moving on’ became an overarching narrative anchored on local realities of moral reciprocity, material and political interests. This narrative inevitably eroded the legitimacy of the ICC . This paper presents evidence on contestation of the Court’s legitimacy from below.

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