Not going to happen, Bush is widely loved across Africa.

Via Fox News:

With former President George W. Bush traveling this week in Africa to promote AIDS relief efforts and to raise awareness of cervical and breast cancer, Amnesty International is urging three nations to arrest him during his visit for “crimes under international law.”

The world’s largest human rights group said Thursday that “there is enough evidence in the public domain” to justify either Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia arresting the former president during his expected visit to the region, which started Thursday and lasts until Monday. Bush is traveling with his wife, Laura, and daughter, Barbara.

The three nations should investigate “his alleged involvement in and responsibility for torture,” the group said.

“All countries to which George W. Bush travels have an obligation to bring him to justice for his role in torture,” said Matt Pollard, senior legal adviser for the American branch of AI.

Saying the president’s visit is notable for its public awareness campaign on women’s cancer, the group said the humanitarian nature of the mission does not “lessen the damage to the fight against torture caused by allowing someone who has admitted to authorizing waterboarding to travel without facing the consequences prescribed by law.”

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