Kenya now wants Somalia maritime border dispute case postponed

Kenya has requested the International Court of Justice to postpone the maritime border case a week to its hearing over poor preparations. Attorney General Paul Kihara says Nairobi needs more time to recruit a new defence team. The hearing was scheduled to be heard from September 9-13 at the ICJ in The Hague, Netherlands. ” We, however, would like to inform that due to exceptional circumstances occasioned by the need to recruit a new defence team, Kenya has sought the matter postponed,” the AG’s office said. “The Rules of the…

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