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This section of this book The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and National Jurisdictions contains a list of cases from African commission on human and peoples' rights, commission on human rights, committee on the elimination of racial discrimination, European court of human rights, human rights committee, and inter-American commission on human rights. The book elaborates on the "genuinely" criterion which the Rome Statute attaches to national proceedings. It also describes other international law concepts which might facilitate the understanding of the Rome Statute's admissibility criteria.

Keywords: European court of human rights; human rights committee; national proceedings; Rome Statute's admissibility criteria



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