Articles by International Criminal Court

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The Rome Statute and the International Criminal Court
International Criminal Court ICC - TRANSCEND Media Service, 18 Dec 2023

The intention behind the Rome Statute of 2002 in establishing the International Criminal Court is to prosecute the most serious crimes of international concern and to end impunity.

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Statement of the International Criminal Court on Recent Measures Announced by the US
International Criminal Court - TRANSCEND Media Service, 22 Jun 2020

11 Jun 2020 – The ICC stands firmly by its staff and officials and remains unwavering in its commitment to discharging, independently and impartially, the mandate bestowed upon it by the Rome Statute and the States that are party to it. These are the latest in a series of unprecedented attacks on the ICC, an independent international judicial institution, as well as on the Rome Statute system of international criminal justice, which reflects the commitment and cooperation of the ICC’s 123 States Parties, representing all regions of the world.

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Latin American States Use Security Council Seats to Show Strong Support for the ICC and International Justice
Coalition for the International Criminal Court – TRANSCEND Media Service, 4 Aug 2014

With its mandate to oversee peace and security in the world, the UN Security Council is a prime forum for states to promote justice and accountability. A look at the different votes and initiatives put forward by Latin American Council members over the past few years bears witness to the region’s commitment to justice.

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