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  • (Only when the Rome Statute is ratified does a state become bound to extradite war criminals to the ICC, etc.)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Eminently Sound Approach to (Supposed) International Human Rights Norms, from the Ninth Circuit

  • Time and again the prosecutor fails in his duty in such circumstances which, under Article 17 of the Statute is to issue an indictment against those named.

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  • I would state here that what is going on is revolutionary, that topics that are being taken seriously nowadays would have been regarded as ridiculous even 10 years ago; that there are laws being passed in Statute, in precedent and in Europe which are iniquitous and repugnant to the common person and literally have jaws dropping.

    A Fire Raging in Islington

  • This Statute is fairly unique, in that it removes responsibility from one party to a contract.

    Broken Fridges and the Government

  • This was followed up in England by a series of positive enactments of which that one called the Statute of Frauds was perhaps the chief instrument in destroying the English land-owning peasantry.

    Capitalism and Catholic Economics Part One

  • It is not expressed in Statute or Orderin-Council at Ottawa.

    Oriental Immigration

  • The Lord Chancellor admitted the legal right of the House of Lords to reject a money bill, but denied its constitutional right to do so, meaning, apparently, that nothing in Statute or Common Law forbade such a rejection, but that the practice not to reject, extending over a very long number of years, amounted to a constitutional prohibition against rejection.

    The Parliamentary Crisis in the United Kingdom

  • “But as long as that invitation is accompanied by a message that that state also fulfills its obligation under the Rome Statute, that is sufficient.”

    Uganda Obliged to Arrest Bashir in Kampala, Says ICC Top Official

  • POG's rejection of the alliance with the United Nations would have come as a heavy blow to the League and to Theodoropoulou personally, who had invested an entire political career in internationalist feminist networking and who drew much currency from the specific relationship of the League with the United Nations, which had recently formed a special committee known as the Statute de la femme.

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • Following the signing of the Stature on the International Criminal Court in July 1998 the Department set up an Inter-departmental Committee on the ratification of the Statute, which is presently being considered by Parliament.

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