Four Candidates Named at The Hague Court

The International Criminal Court has released the names of four candidates short-listed for the December 2011 election of the chief prosecutor to replace Luis Moreno-Ocampo, an Argentine whose nonrenewable term is expiring in June 2012.

The court is the first and only permanent international court that tries people accused of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.

Fatou Bensouda, from Gambia, is the front-runner for the job of chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.

The four are: Fatou B. Bensouda, the current deputy prosecutor; Andrew T. Cayley, the current international
co-prosecutor for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia; Mohamed Chande Othman, current chief justice of Tanzania; and Robert Petit, current counsel, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Section, Department of Justice in Canada.

Unless a shorter term is decided on at the election, the new chief prosecutor will be chosen for a nine-year term at the 10th session of the Assemblies of States Parties on Dec. 12-21 at UN headquarters in New York.

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1 thought on “Four Candidates Named at The Hague Court”

  1. save the innocence life……….
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    Dear sir/madam
    I would like to inform that I know in Cambodia one of the Nepalese guy in prison since 2010.he is innocence,was nothing criminal activities but just terribly arrested him and charged him as a terrorist case according to the one fake letter,which is some one wrote that letter and post to the Us embassy,Australian embassy,on that letter named are 5 persons but any name are not correct even signature.
    Now he need the however justice,Cambodian municipal court gave him 8 years jail(prison)without the any strong proof,then he appealed in the Cambodian appeal court but there were also the same result,so now he has not any money to pay for lawyer to go High-court for justice,please help him to get justice……………..
    Thanks with my best regards,prem

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