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The Prosecutor has the responsibility to prosecute an accused to the full extent of the law and to present all relevant evidence before the Trial Chamber. Under the Rules of the Tribunal, if in the course of a investigation the Prosecutor is satisfied that there is sufficient evidence to provide reasonable grounds for believing that a suspect has committed a crime, the Prosecutor shall prepare an indictment which is then submitted for confirmation by a Judge. A Chamber may grant the leave to reply considering the assertion of the party that such a reply would clarify certain International Criminal Court (ICC) procedures make no provision for such a broad remedy as an unqualified ?motion for reconsideration?.

Keywords: International Criminal Court (ICC); Prosecutor; Trial Chamber



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