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International Criminal Court - The only permanent international criminal jurisdiction

Week in Review: Burundi and the ICC, UN concern in CAR, and DRC victims still waiting  
  The most notable event of the transitional justice week was Burundi’s decision to withdraw its membership of the International Criminal Court (ICC). The country’s parliament, which is subject to President Pierre Nkurunziza, voted overwhelmingly to do so, in the hope that Burundi’s leaders can escape prosecution by the Court for grave violations of human rights. An ICC pull-out by Burundi would be the first in the history of the Court, which has tense relations…
by François Sergent,
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