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Speaking while officiating opening new Milimani Branch of Alliance Francaise de Kisumu, De Poncins echoed that the European Union countries will be expecting the coming elections to be free, fair and peaceful and does not endorse any candidate.
“France will stick to the EU stand to respect the ICC, and the member countries in relation to ICC suspects,” said De Poncins.
The Ambassador urged Kenyans to cooperate with the ICC as it was the best solution to get justice for whatever happened during the 2007-2008 post election violence.
The statements could spell doom for Uhuru’s presidential ambitions.
He has in the past managed to deflect criticism from his opponents on the pending ICC case, saying no country has officially come to out to say it won’t work with him should he be elected President.