A doctoral thesis on the behavior of African actors in the perception of the ICC

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Kinshasa, December 05th, 2021 (CPA) .- The work manager John Delah Salumu Basemenane supported, on Saturday, in the promotion room Mgr Luc Gillon at the University of Kinshasa (UNIKIN), a doctoral thesis entitled: « On the behavior of African actors in perception of relations with the International Criminal Court (ICC) ”. The recipient analyzed, in this research, the behavior of African actors in the perception of international relations with the International Criminal Court (ICC) whose main mission assigned to its creation in 1998, is to universally repress international crimes according to the principles of: « ratione temporis et ratione materiae et ratione loci ». As a result, he said, the ICC is not, however, able to achieve its mission properly because of the hindrances caused by the great powers, permanent members of the Security Council, the very symbol of the international community. He spoke about the Africanization of prosecutions, before addressing several suggestions to African actors and the ICC itself, including the promotion of democracy and good governance. The UNIKIN budget administrator, Prof. Yvonne Duagani Masika, representative of the rector, has conferred on the head of work John Delah Salumu Basemenane the rank of doctor in international relations with the mention « great distinction ». Professors Makiese Mwana and Ngila Moke were respectively promoter and co-promoter of this thesis.