SUDAN WATCH: International Criminal Court (ICC) - Darfur: Expert Observations No. 1 (Antonio Cassese)

Saturday, September 09, 2006

International Criminal Court (ICC) - Darfur: Expert Observations No. 1 (Antonio Cassese)

This caught my eye at International Crimes Blog, 5 Sep 2006

International Criminal Court (ICC) - Darfur: Expert Observations No. 1 (Antonio Cassese)
Noncompliance with the Court's measures may be reported to the Security Council for further action under Article 87(5)(b).[9] Taken to this level, the request could result in an increased presence of U.N. "peacekeepers" in the region.

This proposal raises interesting questions. By invoking the power of the U.N. and its monitoring authorities in the course of an investigation, does the ICC become a driving force for international intervention in the conflict-ridden area of Darfur?

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry to be digressing !!!
Could any one inform what are the chances of the original interviewee in geeting a job offer from an international or UN organisation, after the original vacancy has been re circulated and shows under review even after one year of re circulation . Chandashok

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