L’Afrique veut quitter la CPI

L’information a été reprise par toutes les agences africaines, fin février, mais est passée inaperçue des médias occidentaux. Or, elle est de taille. Le nouveau président de l’Union africaine, le Zimbabwéen Robert Mugabe, a en effet annoncé que l’Afrique se retirera de la Cour pénale internationale.

Marie-France Cros
President Robert Mugabe is seen during celebrations to mark his 91st birthday in the resort town of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Saturday Feb, 28, 2015. Mugabe turned 91 on the 21st of February and become the world's oldest leader, with his supporters saying they will back him to run his full term until 2018 - despite questions about his health and an economy that is crumbling under his watch. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
President Robert Mugabe is seen during celebrations to mark his 91st birthday in the resort town of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Saturday Feb, 28, 2015. Mugabe turned 91 on the 21st of February and become the world's oldest leader, with his supporters saying they will back him to run his full term until 2018 - despite questions about his health and an economy that is crumbling under his watch. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) ©AP
Le président de l’Union africaine a annoncé un retrait en juin prochain.

L’information a été reprise par toutes les agences africaines, fin février, mais est passée inaperçue des médias occidentaux.

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