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The president of Togo should urge parliament to pass a long-delayed bill on a new criminal code to allow for prosecutions of atrocity crimes. Add your voice now.
Civil society and ICC representatives debated the challenges to universal ratification and implementation of the Rome Statute, the ICC’s founding treaty, at an event organized by the Hague Institute for Global Justice last week.
Peru has not yet passed legislation allowing domestic prosecutions of ICC crimes, but Peruvian judges are already keenly interested in developments at the Court and how they can impact their own domestic proceedings.
Benin’s president should immediately send a bill on the domestic prosecution of grave international crimes to parliament for consideration. Join our call to advance global justice!
The National Assembly of the DRC took an important step in the fight against impunity earlier this month by adopting a bill that incorporates the ICC Rome Statute into domestic law.