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Article 68 (3) And Personal Interests Of Victims In The Emerging Practice Of The ICC

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This chapter attempts to clarify the content and scope of the personal interests of victims in the context of the general participatory regime of Article 68 (3) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Statute, with reference to the emerging practice of the Court. It provides an overview of the features and scope of this regime as it currently operates, and deconstructs its legal test into constitutive elements. The chapter focuses on the personal interests criterion of Article 68 (3) and assesses its treatment by the ICC, with a view to establishing what interests of victims are recognised by the Chambers. It also focuses on the possible interpretations of the scope of personal interests is conducted in light of the nature of the ICC mandate and in light of the models of victim participation found in national jurisdictions.

Keywords: Article 68 (3); International Criminal Court (ICC) Statute; national jurisdictions; victim participation



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