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Developments at the International Criminal Court

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Abstract This column covers the activity of the International Criminal Court during the second third of 2010. The Court has continued investigating situations in five countries (the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Sudan, the Central African Republic and Kenya) and has started one new case. The judicial activity of the Court has remained stable, with three accused persons undergoing trial and one more waiting for his trial to start. Several Chambers have continued to develop the rules applicable to pre-trial and trial proceedings, confirming their previous decisions, including on the issue of victim participation during the trial. Moreover, the Court has adopted its first decision charging a suspect with allegations of genocide and has ruled on the admissibility of the third of its cases to proceed to trial. All in all, during the period of time covered in this column, the Court has continued the conduct of its investigations and trials.

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


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