Spokesman for the Tribunal, Roland Amoussouga told Hirondelle News Agency that the case was being held in total closed sessions.
When it was adjourned on April 5, 2012, four witnesses had already given evidence in defence of the suspect.
The prosecution’s testimony against Kabuga commenced on May 23, 2011 and ended on October 28, 2011.
Kabuga is charged with conspiracy to commit genocide, genocide or in the alternative, complicity in genocide; attempt to commit genocide, direct and public incitement to commit genocide and crimes against humanity (persecution and extermination).
Similar proceedings are going on in the case of former Rwandan Defence Minister, Augustin Bizimana whose defence presentation commenced May 14, 2012. Three witnesses were scheduled to testify for Bizimana.
The special deposition hearings are being conducted to preserve evidence for future use if the fugitives in question were to be arrested.