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Remarks on Proceedings before the International Court of Justice

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Without a doubt, the Court has demonstrated its ability to have the rapidity required in certain circumstances; but this is simply more discouraging for the States that have not been able to benefit from the same exceptions. They have the impression that the case that they have submitted to the Court has not been considered as urgent or important. Indeed, not all cases reflect the same degree of urgency; but, for the Parties, the cases they submit are always, or almost always, essential and represent situations where sovereignty is at stake a factor which the Judges perhaps are not always wary of. The author describes some procedural weaknesses of the I.C.J but concludes that they do not detract from the strength of the role of Justice on the international plane.


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