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ICC case law matters to Peruvian judges

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.

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Peru’s ICC crimes bill moves forward

A recent congressional committee decision sets Peru on track to incorporate the ICC Rome Statute into its domestic law, criminalizing war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. Long fought for by civil society, the move is a welcome step. Congress … Continue reading

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