I finally started to post some things here on the forum here we go
Just to clarify your mindsmy question is about completely eradicating the International Criminal Court which consists (for the ones that don't know) of an organization part of the UN derivated from the ICJ that prosecutes not states like the ICJ but individuals that are direclty or indirectly connected war crimes such as genocides and others.
I will here state some reasons of why Sudan would like the disappearance of such a messly organization:
first of all, Sudan never agreed to such non-sense as the ICC, then our state is not under the juridistinction of it and therefore can not be put in trial. (think of it like sovereignty system) It is not fair and just to put in justice someone not under the control and power of a court.
Second, if Omar Al-Bashir (Sudan's head of state) is being procecuted by Luis Moreno-Ocampo where his prosecution aplication was made in 14 of July(2008) and the warrant arrest 4 March of 2009. Bashir is the first head of state put in the ICC. The ICC alleged also that the Darfur conflict is a genocide but doesn't have sufficient proofs when accusing showing once more an irreversible error that concludes the needing of its eradication.
other reason will come as my research goes on ....