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Developments at the International Criminal Court

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This article covers the last year and a half of the activity of the International Criminal Court. The Court has continued investigating situations in four countries: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Sudan and the Central African Republic. The judicial activity of the Court has accelerated, with three accused persons undergoing trial and one more waiting for his trial to start. For that purpose, the Chambers have begun to clarify the way in which trial proceedings must be prepared and conducted, including who can be called as witnesses and the extent to which victims can participate in them. Moreover, the first decisions on admissibility of evidence and of the very cases subject to adjudication have been adopted. All in all, during the period of time covered in this article, the Court fully entered into the trial phase of its proceedings.

Affiliations: 1: Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court; 2: Utrecht University The Netherlands


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