By Nation, Nairobi.
The International Criminal Court on Tuesday issued a stern warning to the government over allegations of about seven incidents of breach of confidentiality.
ICC Trial Chamber V(B) that is handling the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta accused the government of repeatedly breaching the rules of confidentiality by leaking information to the media and making public filings that should be confidential.
In addition, Judges Kuniko Ozaki (presiding judge), Robert Fremr and Geoffrey Henderson accused the government of failing to redact confidential information from some of its filings.
The Judges said the breaches occurred despite the government having been recently warned of the seriousness of such a breach and despite the governmentâ€™s assurance that it would â€˜proceed with the appropriate and necessary cautionâ€™ to avoid such occurrences happening in the future.