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International Case Law II Revision, Recourse

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On 25 November 1978 Tunisia filed in the Registry of the International Court of Justice a special agreement with Libya. In its judgment of 13 October 1995 the Arbitral Tribunal first discussed the provision in the Rules of Procedure that the error must have resulted from an act or document of the proceedings. The background of the issue raised in the Revision case was the status of the respondent, today Serbia, as a party to the Statute of the Court and as a separate issue its status as a party to the Genocide Convention. The original dispute between El Salvador and Honduras was brought before the Court, for determination by an ad hoc Chamber formed under Article 26, paragraph 2, of the Statute, by the filing of an agreement signed at Esquipulas, Guatemala, on 24 May 1986.

Keywords: Arbitral Tribunal; El Salvador; Genocide Convention; Honduras; International Court of Justice; Libya; Revision case; Serbia; Tunisia



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