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The International Criminal Court and the Shortcomings of Domestic Legislation: Introductory Note

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 March 2007

Extract

In this issue the section on the International Criminal Court (ICC) contains two articles with a special focus on problems related to implementing legislation and co-operation with the Court (Zsuzsanna Deen-Racsmány's ‘Lessons of the European Arrest Warrant for Domestic Implementation of the Obligation to Surrender Nationals to the International Criminal Court’ and Héctor Olásolo's ‘The Lack of Attention to the Distinction between Situations and Cases in National Laws on Co-operation with the International Criminal Court with Particular Reference to the Spanish Case’) as well as a general article by Anne-Marie de Brouwer, ‘Reparation to Victims of Sexual Violence: Possibilities at the International Criminal Court and at the Trust Fund for Victims and Their Families’.

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HAGUE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS: International Criminal Court
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© 2007 Foundation of the Leiden Journal of International Law

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