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ASP 13 Day Two: Elections continue | Civil society briefs media

The 13th session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) continued today at the United Nations in New York. The Assembly will run until 17 December. We bring you a summary … Continue reading

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ASP 13 Day One: Senegal’s Sidiki Kaba elected ASP president

The 13th session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) opened today at the United Nations in New York. The Assembly will run until 17 December. We bring you a summary … Continue reading

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Major changeover in leadership of Rome Statute system: ASP 13 elections must be fair, transparent and merit-based

For any institution to be efficient and effective, it needs to employ the most highly qualified people. That’s why ICC member states meeting in New York next week must elect the best candidates to the numerous leadership positions in the … Continue reading

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Expert panel reports on qualifications of ICC judicial candidates

An expert panel has issued a report on the qualifications of 17 candidates in the running to become ICC judges this December. As part of our elections campaign, we also held panel discussions with the nominees at the UN last … Continue reading

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Concerns over lack of choice of ICC budget experts

Civil society is concerned at the lack of competitiveness for upcoming elections to the budget oversight body that plays a vital role in the ICC’s administration. The December election for the Committee on Budget and Finance (CBF) is set to … Continue reading

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