The book Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court is written by International Criminal Court. An International Criminal Court (“the Court”) is hereby established. It will be a permanent institution and will have the power to exercise jurisdiction over people for the most serious crimes of international concern, referred to in this Statute, and will be complementary to national criminal jurisdictions. The jurisdiction and operation of the Court shall be governed by the provisions of this Statute.
The Court will enter into a relationship with the United Nations through an agreement to be approved by the Assembly of States Parties to this Statute and subsequently concluded by the President of the Court on its behalf.
Topics of this Edition
PART 1. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COURT
PART 2. JURISDICTION, ADMISSIBILITY, AND APPLICABLE LAW
PART 3. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW
PART 4. COMPOSITION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE COURT
PART 5. INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION
PART 6. THE TRIAL
PART 7. PENALTIES
PART 8. APPEAL AND REVISION
PART 9. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND JUDICIAL ASSISTANCE
PART 10. ENFORCEMENT
PART 11. ASSEMBLY OF STATES PARTIES
PART 12. FINANCING
PART 13. FINAL CLAUSES
Overview of Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
- The Court will have an international legal personality. It will also have the legal capacity that is necessary for the exercise of its functions and the fulfillment of its purposes.
- The Court may exercise its functions and powers, in accordance with the provisions of this Statute, in the territory of any State Party and, by special agreement, in the territory of any other State.
|Book Name||Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court|
|Author of Book||International Criminal Court|