The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

Thank you, Madam President. What we are saying with that is that we have had to send several taskings to Freetown and we wish to ensure that we have ample time to be able to complete those taskings so that we can proceed with the rest of the cross-examination. Our estimate, because of the taskings and the requirements of those taskings, is that it may very well take us until the end of next week to have that information. So in order to give the - your Honours an accurate estimate of the time we would need, I have indicated that we would not be prepared to proceed, in our evaluation, until the end of next week and what I meant by that was to be able to proceed by Friday of next week if another witness had finished. But that was what was meant by that phrase, Madam President.

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