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Reality check for the ICC in Afghanistan
An exclusive interview with Julian Elderfield, who worked in the prosecution division of the office of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) from 2012 to February 2019. The prosecutor’s request to open an investigation in Afghanistan, filed in November 2017, was rejected last Friday by a pre-trial chamber of the ICC. The court’s decision may force the ICC to accept the realities of international justice, he says, but in a flawed way.
by Franck Petit, JusticeInfo.net
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