CRIME AND PUNISHMENT IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUDICIARY
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2020, Volume 9, Issue issue 34 part 2, Pages 237-258
AbstractBetween fighting international crime and the pressures of international political influences, the International Criminal Court has been struggling since its foundation to conform between applying international law against perpetrators and trying to avoid pressure exerted on it by the countries of political influence in the world. The objective of international judiciary is to fight international crimes of extreme impact on humans, like genocides, crimes against humanity, occupation and settlement crimes and aggression crimes, which are serious crimes. But the obstacles placed against it by the International Security Council of which its members rely in their actions to their countries political and economic interests. Where such obstacles limit the Court's function in trying to achieve justice in the world, where aggression crimes cannot be looked into by the International Criminal Court before being referred to it by the International Security Council, which is one of the main obstacles placed against it.
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