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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on trial proceedings of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and of the ad hoc Tribunals. The ICC is a permanent sui generis judicial institution of a consensual nature established by means of a multilateral treaty. The Rome Statute constitutes the legal foundation and the framework within which the Court shall act, as well as the basis for its procedure.

Keywords: ad hoc Tribunals; International Criminal Court (ICC); Rome Statute; trial proceedings

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