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Title: Commitment Source of International Criminal Court Convention for Impartial Countries (Libya as Example)
Authors: Tariq Khalid M. Elidresi
Wan Abdul Fattah Wan Ismail
Keywords: International criminal court
The security council
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: Vol.14 (Dec) 2014;
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to reveal the debate arising currently about the legitimacy of interference of the international criminal court from legal side and to obligate itself the role of national criminal justice in lawsuit of some wanted person for justice, especially for impartial countries in the convention of Rome in regard with the articles of this courts, which are known conventionally -impartial countries- the study used critical analytical descriptive method, I have taken Libya as example of these countries considering that Libya lives this case, since the international criminal court demand some of Libyans for action before it, the last think that it is the competent and relevant for such action, while the Libyan government think that this demand is legally inappropriate, relying this to it inratification of the convention of establishment of this court, then it is not obliged by it legally, but the researchers have another view, different to what the Libyan government think, since they confirm that the Libyan government is committed legally by this convention, whereas the study concluded to a result which stipulate that the origin of obligation of Libyan government by this court, is in it signature of the convention of the united nations, rather than the signature of Rome convention.
ISSN: 16755936
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