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Of the many expectations attending the creation of the first permanent International Criminal Court, the greatest has been that the principle of complementarity would catalyse national investigations and prosecutions of conflict-related crimes and lead to the reform of domestic justice systems. Sarah Nouwen explores whether complementarity has had such an effect in two states subject to ICC intervention: Uganda and Sudan. Drawing on extensive empirical research and combining law, legal anthropology and political economy, she unveils several effects and outlines the catalysts for them. However, she also reveals that one widely anticipated effect – an increase in domestic proceedings for conflict-related crimes – has barely occurred. This finding leads to the unravelling of paradoxes that go right to the heart of the functioning of an idealistic Court in a world of real constraints.

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‘This work gets under the skin of rules and institutions and looks with an acute anthropological eye at their real effects in practice. Under the rubric of complementarity, Sarah Nouwen has had the energy and courage to explore a difficult and variable terrain and the nerve to tell the resulting story. The result is a marvellous début.'

James Crawford - Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge

‘Complementarity is the International Criminal Court's admissibility pivot. Sarah Nouwen breathes life into what was, originally at least, a pleat of law and a fold of text. Nouwen courageously embraces humanity's frustrating ambiguities instead of conveniently overlooking them. Her work is lyrical and rigorous, poetic and poised, raw yet researched, granular but driven. For Nouwen, complementarity has spawned national law but has stymied national proceedings. Complementarity is mercurial - it offers, but it withholds, and then beguiles - and it also generates paradoxes - many of them - which Nouwen identifies and vivifies while, at the same time, she questions the self-evident triumph of international legalism. Much has been written about complementarity, to be sure, but Nouwen's voice is singular, path-breaking, and elegant. Her book is a must-read.'

Mark Drumbl - Class of 1975 Alumni Professor of Law, and Director, Transnational Law Institute, Washington and Lee University

‘Sarah Nouwen's work presents a rare combination of a genuine passion to empirically investigate and understand the ‘what is really going on' beyond preconceived patterns of effects, and a penetrating, analytic scholarly approach that reveals any easy postures in our thinking about today's international criminal justice.'

Immi Tallgren - University of Helsinki

'In her book, Sarah Nouwen presents a remarkable in-depth empirical analysis of the catalyzing effects of the principle of complementarity … With this book Sarah Nouwen does not only provide important ground-breaking work pertaining to the legal concept of complementarity but also reveals many misconceptions about this principle and gives a fascinating account of the catalyzing effects of complementarity in Uganda and Sudan.'

Gabriel M. Lentner Source: Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law

'As a (legal) anthropologist I found it refreshing to read a scholarly work that asks how and whether legalisation of a conflict happens. While Nouwen demonstrates intimate knowledge of two very complex political situations, her analysis remains on the legal, institutional and discursive level.'

Source: The Journal of Modern African Studies

'… fascinating … Nouwen convincingly debunks the most common shibboleths about complementarity.'

Christian M. De Vos Source: The British Yearbook of International Law

'Nouwen’s analysis of the empirical record is incisive and thought provoking … this is a sophisticated study which significantly advances our understanding of how an ostensibly technical legal rule has transformed the debate about justice in societies riven by conflict.'

Patryk I. Labuda Source: Journal of International Criminal Justice

'… a tour de force … the book’s exposition is not only convincing and compelling, but admirably clear … rigorous, impressive, and important.'

Ronald R. Atkinson Source: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies

'… an excellent exploration of the concept of complementarity under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (the Rome Statute). In this book, Nouwen does not attempt a pure legal treatise. While she provides an excellent account of the legal dimensions of complementarity, she goes deeper, exploring sociological and political dimensions of complementarity and how it is used by various actors in the international criminal justice arena. Her findings, many of which are intuitive, are based on real empirical study and not just analysis of text. [This book] is well written, well-researched and adopts an objectivity that is often lacking in the literature on international criminal law, and the International Criminal Court (the ICC) in particular.'

D. Tladi Source: De Jure

'… this book is very essential for academics, researchers, practitioners and those in [a] position to influence domestic policies, by enabling them [to] appreciate the principle of complementarity and its catalyzing effects on domestic proceedings … Nouwen’s work is informative, interesting and greatly contributes to the study and practice of international criminal justice in domestic criminal jurisdictions.'

Saidat Nakitto Source: International Human Rights Law Review

'Over some five hundred pages and with a mammoth note apparatus, Complementarity in the Line of Fire will be a standard reference work on the International Criminal Court: massive in content and objective in analysis. … In assessing also Kwoyelo’s case in Uganda, parallel to Ongwen’s in The Hague, Nouwen shows that accountability is something much more profound than only bringing the culprits to the dock and making court proceedings public over the Internet. Anyone interested in how international justice and injustice unfold on the African continent must read Nouwen’s book.'

Sverker Finnström Source: African Studies Quarterly

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Cases and procedural documents

African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

Democratic Republic of Congo v. Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda:

Democratic Republic of Congo/Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Decision 227/99, May 2003

Inter-American Court of Human Rights

Barrios Altos:

Barrios Altos (Chumbipuma Aguirre et al. v. Peru), Judgment, 14 March 2001, Series C No. 75 [2001] IACHR 5

International Criminal Court

Situation in the Central African Republic

Decision Requesting Information on Preliminary Examination CAR:

Decision requesting Information on the Status of the Preliminary Examination of the Situation in the Central African Republic, ICC-01/05-6, Pre-Trial Chamber III, 30 November 2006

Notification Investigation CAR:

Letter from the Prosecutor to all States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, CAR/NOTIF/21052007/LMO, Office of the Prosecutor, 21 May 2007

Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo

Decision Admissibility Challenge Bemba (TC):

Decision on the Admissibility and Abuse of Process Challenges, ICC-01/05-01/08-802, Trial Chamber III, 24 June 2010

Decision Arrest Warrant Bemba:

Décision relative à la requête du Procureur aux fins de délivrance d’un mandat d’arrêt à l’encontre de Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo, ICC-01/05-01/08-14, Pre-Trial Chamber III, 11 June 2008

Judgment Admissibility Challenge Bemba (AC):

Judgment on the Appeal of Mr Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo against the Decision of Trial Chamber III of 24 June 2010 Entitled ‘Decision on the Admissibility and Abuse of Process Challenges’, ICC-01/05-01/-8-962, Appeals Chamber, 19 October 2010

Situation in Darfur, Sudan

Application Arrest Warrant Bashir:

Public Redacted Version of the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58, ICC-02/05-157-AnxA, Office of the Prosecutor, 12 September 2008

Application Citizens’ Organisations of the Sudan:

Application on behalf of Citizens’ Organisations of the Sudan in relation to the Prosecutor’s Applications for Arrest Warrants of 14 July 2008 and 20 November 2008, Applicants, ICC-02/05-170, 12 January 2009

Decision Darfur Jurisdiction and Admissibility Challenge:

Décision relative aux conclusions aux fins d’exception d’incompétence et d’irrecevabilité, ICC-02/05-34, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 22 November 2006

Fifth Darfur Report:

Fifth Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the UN Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 7 June 2007

First Darfur Report:

Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the Security Council pursuant to UNSC 1593 (2005), 29 June 2005

Fourth Darfur Report:

Fourth Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the UN Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 14 December 2006

OTP Application Harun and Kushayb:

Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58(7), ICC-02/05-56, Office of the Prosecutor, 27 February 2007

Prosecutor’s Darfur Statement SC December 2007:

Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the United Nations Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 5 December 2007

Prosecutor’s Darfur Statement SC December 2009:

Statement by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Statement to the United Nations Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 4 December 2009

Prosecutor’s Darfur Statement SC December 2010:

Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the United Nations Security Council on the Situation in Darfur, the Sudan, pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), New York, 9 December 2010

Prosecutor’s Darfur Statement SC June 2007:

Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the UN Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 7 June 2007

Prosecutor’s Darfur Statement SC June 2009:

Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the United Nations Security Council on the Situation in Darfur, the Sudan, pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 5 June 2009

Second Darfur Report:

Second Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the Security Council pursuant to UNSC 1593 (2005), 13 December 2005

Summary Prosecutor’s Application Haskanita:

Summary of the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58, ICC-02/05-162, Office of the Prosecutor, 20 November 2008

Summary Prosecutor’s Application Hussein:

Summary of Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58 of the Rome Statute, ICC-02/05-238, Office of the Prosecutor, 2 December 2011

Tenth Darfur Report:

Tenth Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the UN Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), December 2009

Third Darfur Report:

Third Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the UN Security Council pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), 14 June 2006

Twelfth Darfur Report:

Twelfth Report of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to the UN Security Council Pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005), December 2010

Prosecutor v. Abdallah Banda Abakaer Nourain and Saleh Mohammed Jerbo Jamus

Confirmation of Charges Banda and Jerbo:

Corrigendum of the ‘Decision on the Confirmation of Charges’, ICC-02/05-03/09-121-Corr-Red, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 7 March 2011

Decision Summonses Banda and Jerbo:

Second Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58, ICC-02/05-03/09, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 27 August 2009

Joint Submission Confirmation Banda and Jerbo:

Joint Submission by the Office of the Prosecutor and the Defence as to Agreed Facts and Submissions regarding Modalities for the Conduct of the Confirmation Hearing, ICC-02/05-03/09-80, 19 October 2010

Joint Submission Trial Banda and Jerbo:

Joint Submission by the Office of the Prosecutor and the Defence Regarding the Contested Issues at the Trial of the Accused Persons, ICC-02/05-03/09-148, 16 May 2011

Prosecutor v. Abdel Raheem Muhammed Hussein

Decision Arrest Warrant Hussein:

Public Redacted Version of ‘Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58 Relating to Abdel Raheem Muhammad Hussein’, ICC-02/05-01/12-1-Red, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 1 March 2012

Prosecutor v. Ahmad Muhammad Harun (‘Ahmad Harun’) and Ali Muhammad Al Abd-Al-Rahman (‘Ali Kushayb’)

Arrest Warrant Harun:

Warrant of Arrest for Ahmad Harun, ICC-02/05-01/07-2, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 27 April 2007

Arrest Warrant Kushayb:

Warrant of Arrest for Ali Kushayb, ICC-02/05-01/07-3, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 27 April 2007

Decision Arrest Warrants Harun and Kushayb:

Decision on the Prosecution Application under Article 58(7) of the Statute, ICC-02/05-01/07-1, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 27 April 2007

Decision Non-cooperation Sudan in Harun and Kushayb:

Decision informing the United Nations Security Council about the lack of cooperation by the Republic of the Sudan, ICC-02/05-01/07-57, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 25 May 2010

Request for a Finding of Non-Cooperation Harun and Kushayb:

Prosecutor's Request for a Finding on the Non-Cooperation of the Government of the Sudan in the Case of the Prosecutor v. Ahmed Harun and Ali Kushayb Pursuant to Article 87 of the Rome Statute, ICC-02/05-01/07-48-Red, Office of the Prosecutor, 19 April 2010

Prosecutor v. Bahr Idriss Abu Garda (sometimes spelled Bahar Idriss Abu Garda)

Decision Confirmation of Charges Abu Garda:

Decision on the Confirmation of Charges, ICC-02/05-02/09-243-Red, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 8 February 2010

Decision on Summons for Abu Garda:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58, ICC-02/05-02/09-1, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 7 May 2009

Leave to Appeal Decision Confirmation Abu Garda:

Decision on the ‘Prosecution’s Application for Leave to Appeal the “Decision on the Confirmation of Charges”’, ICC-02/05-02/09, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 23 April 2010

Prosecutor v. Omar Hassan Ahmad Al Bashir (‘Omar Al Bashir’)

Decision Arrest Warrant Bashir (PTC):

Decision on the Prosecution’s Application for a Warrant of Arrest against Omar Hassan Ahmad Al Bashir, ICC-02/05-01/09-3, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 4 March 2009

Judgment Arrest Warrant Bashir (AC):

Judgment on the appeal of the Prosecutor against the ‘Decision on the Prosecution’s Application for a Warrant of Arrest against Omar Hassan Ahmad Al Bashir’, ICC-02/05-01/09-73, Appeals Chamber, 3 February 2010

Second Decision Arrest Warrant Bashir (PTC):

Second Decision on the Prosecution’s Application for a Warrant of Arrest, ICC-02/05-01/09-94, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 12 July 2010

Situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Amicus Curiae Decision DRC (PTC):

Decision on the Request Submitted pursuant to Rule 103(1) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, ICC-01/04-373, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 17 August 2007

Amicus Curiae Request Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice DRC:

Request submitted pursuant to Rule 103(1) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence for Leave to Participate as Amicus Curiae with Confidential Annex 2, ICC-01/04-313, Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice, 10 November 2006

Decision VPRS 1–6 DRC:

Decision on the Applications for Participation in the Proceedings of VPRS 1, VPRS 2, VPRS 3, VPRS 4, VPRS 5 and VPRS 6, ICC-01/04-101, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 17 January 2006

Dissenting Opinion Judge Pikis Arrest Warrant Ntaganda (AC):

Judgment on the Prosecutor’s Appeal against the Decision of Pre-Trial Chamber I Entitled ‘Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Warrants of Arrest, Article 58’, of 13 July 2006, made public in ICC-01/04-169, Appeals Chamber, Dissenting Opinion Judge Pikis, 23 September 2008

Judgment Arrest Warrant Ntaganda (AC):

Judgment on the Prosecutor’s Appeal against the Decision of Pre-Trial Chamber I Entitled ‘Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Warrants of Arrest, Article 58’, Appeals Chamber, 13 July 2006, made public in ICC-01/04-169, 23 September 2008

Notification Investigation DRC:

Fax from the Prosecutor to all States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, OTP/20040621-Article 18 Notification, Office of the Prosecutor, 21 June 2004

Prosecutor v. Bosco Ntaganda

Decision Arrest Warrant Ntaganda (PTC):

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Warrants of Arrest, Article 58, ICC-01/04-02/06-20-Anx2, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 21 July 2008

Decision Second Arrest Warrant Ntaganda (PTC):

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58, ICC-01/04-02/06-36-Red, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 13 July 2012

Prosecutor v. Callixte Mbarushimana

Decision Arrest Warrant Mbarushimana:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s under Seal Application for a Warrant of Arrest Mbarushimana, ICC-01/04-01/10, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 28 September 2010

Decision on Jurisdiction Challenge Mbarushimana:

Decision on the ‘Defence Challenge to the Jurisdiction of the Court’, ICC-01/04-01/10-451, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 26 October 2011

Prosecutor v. Sylvestre Mudacumura

Decision Arrest Warrant Mudacumura:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application under Article 58, ICC-01/04-01/12-1-Red, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 13 July 2012

Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga and Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui

Admissibility Challenge Katanga:

Motion Challenging the Admissibility of the Case by the Defence of Germain Katanga, pursuant to Article 19(2)(a), ICC-01/04-01/07-949, Defence, 11 March 2009

Admissibility Decision Katanga (TC):

Motifs de la décision orale relative à l’exception d’irrecevabilité de l’affaire (article 19 du Statut), ICC-01/04-01/07-1213, Trial Chamber II, 16 June 2009

Admissibility Judgment Katanga (AC):

Judgment on the Appeal of Mr Germain Katanga against the Oral Decision of Trial Chamber II of 12 June 2009 on the Admissibility of the Case, ICC-01/04-01/07-1497, Appeals Chamber, 25 September 2009

Decision Arrest Warrant Chui:

Decision on the Evidence and Information Provided by the Prosecution for the Issuance of a Warrant of Arrest for Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui, ICC-01/04-02/07-3/ICC-01/04-01/07-262, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 6 July 2007

Decision Arrest Warrant Katanga:

Decision on the Evidence and Information provided by the Prosecution for the Issuance of a Warrant of Arrest for Germain Katanga, ICC-01/04-01/07-55, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 5 November 2007 (decision taken on 6 July 2007)

Defence Appeal Admissibility Katanga:

Document in Support of Appeal of the Defence for Germain Katanga against the Decision of the Trial Chamber ‘Motifs de la décision orale relative à l’exception d’irrecevabilité de l’affaire’, ICC-01/04-01/07-1279, Defence, 8 July 2009

Observations DRC Admissibility Challenge Katanga:

Observations of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on the Challenge to Admissibility made by the Defence for Germain Katanga in the Case of the Prosecutor versus Germain Katanga and Mathieu Ngudjolo (ICC-01/04-01/07), ICC-01/04-01/07-1189-Anx-tENG, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 16 September 2009

OPCV Observations on Katanga Appeal on Admissibility:

Observations by the OPCV on the Document in support of Appeal of the Defence for Germain Katanga against the Decision of the Trial Chamber on the Motion Challenging the Admissibility of the Case, ICC-01/04-01/07-1369, Office of Public Counsel for Victims, 14 August 2009

OTP Response to Admissibility Challenge Katanga:

Public Redacted Version of the 19th March 2009 Prosecution Response to Motion Challenging the Admissibility of the Case by the Defence of Germain Katanga, pursuant to Article 19(2)(a), ICC-01/04-01/07-1007, Office of the Prosecutor, 30 March 2009

Transcripts Admissibility Challenge Katanga:

Hearing – Open Session, Transcripts Admissibility Challenge, ICC-01/04-01/07-T-65-ENG ET WT, Trial Chamber II, 1 June 2009

Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo

Confirmation of Charges Lubanga:

Décision sur la confirmation des charges, ICC-01/04-01/06-803, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 29 January 2007

Decision Arrest Warrant Lubanga:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for a Warrant of Arrest, Article 58, ICC-01/04-01/06-8, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 10 February 2006

Decision on the Practices of Witness Familiarisation and Witness Proofing:

Decision on the Practices of Witness Familiarisation and Witness Proofing, ICC-01/04-01/06-679, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 8 November 2006

Judgment Lubanga Jurisdiction Challenge:

Judgment on the Appeal of Mr Thomas Lubanga Dyilo against the Decision on the Defence Challenge to the Jurisdiction of the Court pursuant to Article 19(2)(a) of the Statute of 3 October 2006, ICC-01/04-01/06-772, Appeals Chamber, 14 December 2006

Judgment Lubanga (TC):

Judgment pursuant to Article 74 of the Statute, ICC-01/04-01/06-2842, Trial Chamber I, 14 March 2012

Transcripts Lubanga 2 February 2006:

Redacted Version of the Transcripts of the Hearing held on 2 February 2006 and Certain Materials Presented during that Hearing, ICC-01/04-01/06-48, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 22 March 2006

Situation in the Republic of Kenya

Decision Authorizing Kenya Investigation:

Decision pursuant to Article 15 of the Rome Statute on the Authorization of an Investigation into the Situation in the Republic of Kenya, ICC-01/09-19, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 31 March 2010

Decision Authorizing Kenya Investigation, Dissenting Opinion Judge Kaul:

Decision pursuant to Article 15 of the Rome Statute on the Authorization of an Investigation into the Situation in the Republic of Kenya, ICC-01/09-19, Dissenting Opinion Judge Hans-Peter Kaul, 31 March 2010

Decision Cooperation Request Government of Kenya:

Decision on the Request for Assistance Submitted on Behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya Pursuant to Article 93(10) of the Statute and Rule 194 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, ICC-01/09-63, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 29 June 2011

Prosecution’s Response to Art. 93 Request in Kenya Situation:

Prosecution’s Response to ‘Request for Assistance on Behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya Pursuant to Article 93(10), Article 96 and Rule 194’, ICC-01/09-80, Office of the Prosecutor, 6 October 2011

Prosecutor v. Francis Kirimi Muthaura, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali

Admissibility Challenge Government of Kenya:

Application on Behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya Pursuant to Article 19 of the ICC Statute, ICC-01/09-01/11-19, the Applicant, the Government of Kenya, 31 March 2011

Admissibility Decision Muthaura et al. (PTC):

Decision on the Application by the Government of Kenya Challenging the Admissibility of the Case Pursuant to Article 19(2)(b) of the Statute, Pre-Trial Chamber II, ICC-01/09-02/11-96, 30 May 2011

Admissibility Judgment Muthaura et al. (AC):

Judgment on the Appeal of the Republic of Kenya against the Decision of Pre-Trial Chamber II of 30 May 2011 Entitled ‘Decision on the Application by the Government of Kenya Challenging the Admissibility of the Case Pursuant to Article 19(2)(b) of the Statute’, ICC-01/09-02/11-274, Appeals Chamber, 30 August 2011

Admissibility Judgment Muthaura et al. (Dissenting Opinion Judge Ušacka):

Judgment on the Appeal of the Republic of Kenya against the Decision of Pre-Trial Chamber II of 30 May 2011 Entitled ‘Decision on the Application by the Government of Kenya Challenging the Admissibility of the Case Pursuant to Article 19(2)(b) of the Statute’, Dissenting Opinion of Judge Anita Ušacka, ICC-01/09-02/11-342, 20 September 2011

Decision Summonses Muthaura et al.:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Summonses to Appear for Francis Kirimi Muthaura, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohammed Hussein Ali, ICC-01/09-02/11-01, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 March 2011

Government of Kenya Admissibility Reply Muthaura et al.:

Reply on Behalf of the Government of Kenya to the Responses of the Prosecutor, Defence, and OPCV to the Government’s Application Pursuant to Article 19 of the Rome Statute, ICC-01/09-02/11-91, 13 May 2011

Prosecutor v. William Samoei Ruto, Henry Kiprono Kosgey and Joshua Arap Sang

Admissibility Challenge Government of Kenya:

Application on Behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya Pursuant to Article 19 of the ICC Statute, ICC-01/09-01/11-19, the Applicant, the Government of Kenya, 31 March 2011

Admissibility Decision Ruto et al. (PTC):

Decision on the Application by the Government of Kenya Challenging the Admissibility of the Case Pursuant to Article 19(2)(b) of the Statute, Pre-Trial Chamber II, ICC-01/09-01/11, 30 May 2011

Admissibility Judgment Ruto et al. (AC):

Judgment on the Appeal of the Republic of Kenya against the Decision of Pre-Trial Chamber II of 30 May 2011 entitled ‘Decision on the Application by the Government of Kenya Challenging the Admissibility of the Case Pursuant to Article 19(2)(b) of the Statute’, ICC-01/09-01/11-307, Appeals Chamber, 30 August 2011

Admissibility Judgment Ruto et al. (Dissenting Opinion Judge Ušacka):

Judgment on the Appeal of the Republic of Kenya against the Decision of Pre-Trial Chamber II of 30 May 2011 Entitled ‘Decision on the Application by the Government of Kenya Challenging the Admissibility of the Case Pursuant to Article 19(2)(b) of the Statute’, Dissenting Opinion of Judge Anita Ušacka, ICC-01/09-01/11-336, 20 September 2011

Corrigendum Prosecution’s Response Art. 93 Request Original Ruto et al.:

Corrigendum to the Prosecution’s Response to ‘Request for Assistance on Behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya Pursuant to Article 93(10) and Rule 194’, ICC-01/09-01/11-83-Corr, Office of the Prosecutor, 11 May 2011

Decision Summonses Ruto et al.:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Summons to Appear for William Samoei Ruto, Henry Kiprono Kosgey and Joshua Arap Sang, ICC-01/09-01/11-01, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 March 2011

Government of Kenya Admissibility Reply Ruto et al.:

Reply on Behalf of the Government of Kenya to the Responses of the Prosecutor, Defence, and OPCV to the Government’s Application Pursuant to Article 19 of the Rome Statute, ICC-01/09-01/11-89, 13 May 2011

OTP Submission Art. 93(10) Request in Ruto et al.:

Corrigendum to the Prosecution’s Response to ‘Request for Assistance on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya pursuant to Article 93(10) and Rule 194’, ICC-01/09-01/11-83-Corr, Office of the Prosecutor, 11 May 2011

Prosecution’s Response Art. 93 Request Original Ruto et al.:

Prosecution’s Response to ‘Request for Assistance on Behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kenya Pursuant to Article 93(10) and Rule 194’, ICC-01/09-01/11-83, Office of the Prosecutor, 10 May 2011

Situation in Libya

Prosecutor’s Application Arrest Warrants Libya:

Prosecutor’s Application Pursuant to Article 58 as to Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar Gaddafi, Saif Al Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Al Senussi, Office of the Prosecutor, 16 May 2011

Prosecutor’s Libya Statement SC May 2012:

ICC Prosecutor Statement to the United Nations Security Council on the Situation in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Pursuant to UNSCR 1970 (2011), 16 May 2012

Prosecutor v. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Al-Senussi

Admissibility Challenge Libyan Government:

Application on Behalf of the Government of Libya Pursuant to Article 19 of the ICC Statute, ICC-01/11-01/11-130-Red, Government of Libya, 1 May 2012

Decision Arrest Warrant Muammar Gaddafi, Saif Gaddafi and Al-Senussi:

Decision on the ‘Prosecutor’s Application Pursuant to Article 58 as to Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar Gaddafi, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Abdullah Alsenussi’, ICC-01/11, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 27 June 2011

OTP’s Libya Trip Report:

Prosecution’s Submissions on the Prosecutor’s Recent Trip to Libya, ICC-01/11-01/11-31, Office of the Prosecutor, 25 November 2011

Postponement Decision Gaddafi:

Decision on the Postponement of the Execution of the Request for Surrender of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi Pursuant to Article 95 of the Rome Statute, ICC-01/11-01/11-163, Pre-Trial Chamber I, 1 June 2012

Prosecution Response to Libyan Admissibility Challenge:

Prosecution Response to Application on Behalf of the Government of Libya Pursuant to Article 19 of the ICC Statute, ICC-01/11-01/11-167-Red, Office of the Prosecutor, 5 June 2012

Situation in the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire

Authorisation Investigation Republic of Côte d’Ivoire:

Corrigendum to ‘Decision Pursuant to Article 15 of the Rome Statute on the Authorisation of an Investigation into the Situation in the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire’, ICC-02/11-14-Corr, Pre-Trial Chamber III, 15 November 2011

Prosecutor v. Laurent Koudou Gbagbo

Decision Arrest Warrant Gbagbo:

Public Redacted Version of ‘Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application Pursuant to Article 58 for a Warrant of Arrest against Laurent Koudou Gbagbo’, ICC-02/11-01/11-9-Red, Pre-Trial Chamber III, 20 December 2011

Situation in Uganda

Arrest Warrant Kony:

Warrant of Arrest for Joseph Kony, ICC-02/04-01/05-53, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 July 2005 as amended on 27 September 2005

Arrest Warrant Lukwiya:

Warrant of Arrest for Raska Lukwiya, ICC-02/04-01/05-55, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 July 2005

Arrest Warrant Odhiambo:

Warrant of Arrest for Okot Odhiambo, ICC-02/04-01/05-56, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 July 2005

Arrest Warrant Ongwen:

Warrant of Arrest for Dominic Ongwen, ICC-02/04-01/05-57, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 July 2005

Arrest Warrant Otti:

Warrant of Arrest for Vincent Otti, ICC-02/04-01/05-54, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 July 2005

Decision Arrest Warrants LRA:

Decision on the Prosecutor’s Application for Warrants of Arrest under Article 58, ICC-02/04-01/05-1, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 8 July 2005

Decision Status Conference Uganda:

Decision to Convene a Status Conference on the Investigation in Uganda in relation to the Application of Article 53, ICC-02/04-01/05-68, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 2 December 2005

Judgment Proprio Motu Admissibility Assessment Uganda (AC):

Judgment on the Appeal of the Defence against the ‘Decision on the Admissibility of the Case under Article 19(1) of the Statute’ of 10 March 2009, ICC-02/04-01/05-408, Appeals Chamber, 16 September 2009

Letter from the Chief Prosecutor to the President of the Court Uganda:

Letter from the Chief Prosecutor to the President of the Court, 17 June 2004, attached to Decision Assigning the Situation in Uganda to Pre-Trial Chamber II, ICC-02/04-1, Presidency, 5 July 2004

Notification Investigation Uganda:

Fax from the Prosecutor to all States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, OTP/20040728-Article18 Notification Uganda, Office of the Prosecutor, 28 July 2004

OTP Submission Status Conference Uganda:

OTP Submission Providing Information on Status of the Investigation in Anticipation of the Status Conference to be held on 13 January 2006, ICC-02/04-01/05-76, Office of the Prosecutor, 11 January 2006

Prosecutor v. Joseph Kony, Vincent Otti, Okot Odhiambo and Dominic Ongwen

Amicus Curiae Brief Uganda Victims’ Foundation and Redress Trust:

Amicus Curiae submitted pursuant to the Pre-Trial Chamber II ‘Decision on Application for Leave to Submit Observations under Rule 103’ dated 5 November 2008, ICC-02/04-01/05-353, Uganda Victims’ Foundation and the Redress Trust, 18 November 2008

Decision Proprio Motu Admissibility Assessment LRA:

Decision Initiating Proceedings under Article 19, requesting Observations and Appointing Counsel for the Defence, ICC-02/04-01/05-320, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 21 October 2008

Decision to Terminate Proceedings against Lukwiya:

Decision to Terminate the Proceedings against Raska Lukwiya, ICC-02/04-01/05-248, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 11 July 2007

LRA Admissibility Decision (PTC):

Decision on the Admissibility of the Case under Article 19(1) of the Statute, ICC-02/04-01/05-377, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 10 March 2009

Observations GoU on Proprio Motu Admissibility Assessment LRA:

Report of the Registrar on the Execution of the Request to the Republic of Uganda for Observations on the Initiation of Proceedings pursuant to Article 19 of the Rome Statute, Annex 2, ICC-02/04-01/05-354-Anx2, Submission by the Government of Uganda, 18 November 2008

Observations on behalf of Victims Kony et al.:

Observations on Behalf of Victims pursuant to Article 19(1) of the Rome Statute with 55 Public Annexes and 45 Redacted Annexes, ICC-02/04-01/05-349, Office of Public Counsel for Victims, 18 November 2008

OTP Submission Information Status LRA Arrest Warrants:

Submission of Information on the Status of the Warrants of Arrest in Uganda, ICC-02/04-01/05-116, Office of the Prosecutor, 6 October 2006

Questionnaire Ugandan Victims on Admissibility:

Questionnaire Ugandan Victims on Admissibility, ICC-02/04-01/05-349-Anx1, Office of Public Counsel for Victims, 18 November 2008

Request Information Execution Arrest Warrants Kony et al:

Request for Information from the Republic of Uganda on the Status of Execution of the Warrants of Arrest, ICC-02/04-01/05-274, Pre-Trial Chamber II, 29 February 2008

Submission Information Lukwiya:

Submission of Information regarding Raska Lukwiya, ICC-02/04-01/05-97, Office of the Prosecutor, 14 August 2006

Submission Information Otti:

Submission of Information regarding Vincent Otti, ICC-02/04-01/05-258, Office of the Prosecutor, 8 November 2007

Uganda Letter on Execution Arrest Warrants:

Letter from Jane F. B. Kiggundu, Solicitor General, Reply to Request for Information from the Republic of Uganda on the Status of Execution of the Warrants of Arrest, ICC-02/04-01/05-285-Anx2, Government of Uganda, 27 March 2008

International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

Ademi and Norac Referral Decision:

Prosecutor v. Rahim Ademi and Mirko Norac, Decision for Referral to the Authorities of the Republic of Croatia pursuant to Rule 11bis, IT-04-78-PT, Referral Bench, 14 September 2005

Furundžija Judgment:

Prosecutor v. Anto Furundžija, Judgment, IT-95-17/1-T, ICTY, Trial Chamber, 10 December 1998

Hadžihasanović Judgment:

Prosecutor v. Enver Hadžihasanović Amir Kubura, Judgment, IT-01-47-T, Trial Chamber, 15 March 2006

Stanković Referral Decision (AC):

Prosecutor v. Radovan Stanković, Decision on Rule 11bis Referral, IT-96-23/2-AR11bis.1, Appeals Chamber, 1 September 2005

Tadić Defence Motion Decision (AC):

Prosecutor v. Duško Tadić, Decision on the Defence Motion for Interlocutory Appeal, IT-94-1-AR72, Appeals Chamber, 2 October 1995

Tadić Judgment:

Prosecutor v. Duško Tadić, Judgment, IT-94-1-A, Appeals Chamber, 15 July 1999

International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

Bagaragaza Referral Decision (AC):

Prosecutor v. Michel Bagaragaza, Decision on Rule 11bis Appeal, ICTR-05-86-AR11bis, Appeals Chamber, 30 August 2006

Bucyibaruta Referral Decision:

Prosecutor v. Laurent Bucyibaruta, Decision on Prosecutor’s Request for Referral of Laurent Bucyibaruta’s Indictment to France, ICTR-2005-85-I, Trial Chamber, 20 November 2007

Ntuyahaga Referral Decision:

Prosecutor v. Bernard Ntuyahaga, Decision on the Prosecutor’s Motion to Withdraw the Indictment, ICTR-98-40-T, Trial Chamber I, 18 March 1999

Permanent Court of International Justice and International Court of Justice

Anglo-Iranian Oil Co.:

Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. (United Kingdom v. Iran), Preliminary Objection, Judgment, ICJ Reports 1952, 93

Application of the Convention on Genocide:

Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Yugoslavia), Preliminary Objections, Judgment, ICJ Reports 1996, 595

Armed Activities (DRC v. Uganda):

Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Uganda), Judgment, ICJ Reports 2005, 168

Armed Activities (DRC v. Rwanda):

Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo (New Application: 2002) (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Rwanda), Jurisdiction and Admissibility, Judgment, ICJ Reports 2006, 6

Asylum Case:

Asylum Case (Colombia/Peru), Judgment, ICJ Reports 1950, 266

Kosovo:

Accordance with International Law of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in respect of Kosovo, Advisory Opinion, ICJ Reports 2010, 403

Reparation for Injuries:

Reparation for Injuries Suffered in the Service of the United Nations, Advisory Opinion, ICJ Reports 1949, 174

Reservations to the Convention on Genocide:

Reservations to the Convention on Genocide, Advisory Opinion, ICJ Reports 1951, 15

Rights of Nationals:

Rights of Nationals of the United States of America in Morocco, Judgment, ICJ Reports 1952, 176

Serbian Loans:

Payment of Various Serbian Loans Issued in France, PCIJ Series A. Nos. 20/21, 1929, 5

South West Africa:

Legal Consequences for States of the Continued Presence of South Africa in Namibia (South West Africa) notwithstanding Security Council Resolution 276 (1970), Advisory Opinion, ICJ Reports 1971, 16

Sovereignty over Pulau Ligitan and Pulau Sipadan:

Sovereignty over Pulau Ligitan and Pulau Sipadan (Indonesia/Malaysia), Judgment, ICJ Reports 2002, 625

Permanent Court of Arbitration

Eritrea–Ethiopia Boundary Delimitation:

Delimitation of the Border between the State of Eritrea and the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Decision of the Eritrea–Ethiopia Boundary Commission, 130 ILR 1

Special Court for Sierra Leone

Prosecutor v. Morris Kallon and Brima Bazzy Kamara:

Decision on Challenge to Jurisdiction: Lomé Accord Amnesty, Kallon and Kamara, SCSL-2004-15/16-AR72(E), Appeals Chamber, 13 March 2004

Sudanese courts

Abdel Rahman Nugdallah:

Abdel Rahman Nugdallah and Others v. General Security Bureau of the Government of Sudan, High Court of Sudan, Constitutional Division, July–August 1998, unofficial translation

Farouq Mohamed Ibrahim Al Nour v. (1) Government of Sudan; (2) Legislative Body:

Farouq Mohamed Ibrahim Al Nour v. (1) Government of Sudan; (2) Legislative Body; Final order by Justice Abdallah Aalmin Albashir President of the Constitutional Court, 6 November 2008

Adam Abras Adam:

Sudan v. Adam Abras Adam, Special Criminal Court for the Events in Darfur, Nyala, 3 May 2006, unofficial translation

Syrian Arab Airways Corporation v. Khadeeja Mohammed El Shaekh:

Syrian Arab Airways Corporation (Applicant) v. Khadeeja Mohammed El Shaekh (Respondent), National Supreme Court Sudan, Civil Circuit, No. SC/Civil Cass./1208/2006

Ugandan courts

Abdalla Nasur:

Abdalla Nasur (Appellant) and Uganda (Respondent), Supreme Court, Criminal Appeal No. 1/82

Albertina Opio:

Albertina Opio and Others v. Attorney-General, High Court Gulu, Civil Suit No. HCT-02-CV-CS-0098 2004, file read in the Office of the State Attorney in Gulu, 17 September 2008

Celestina Odong Adyera:

Celestina Odong Adyera and Others v. Attorney-General, High Court Gulu, Civil Suit No. 0038 of 2006, file read in the Office of the State Attorney in Gulu, 17 September 2008

Charge Sheet Otti Lagony, Kony Joseph and Matsanga David (Terrorism):

Uganda v. Otti Lagony, Kony Joseph and Matsanga David Nyekorach, Uganda Police, Charge Sheet (Terrorism), E/31/99, 25 January 1999

Chris Rwakasisi:

Chris Rwakasisi and Elias Wanyama (Appellants) and Uganda (Respondent), Supreme Court, Criminal Appeal No. 8/88

Haji Musa Sebirumbi:

Haji Musa Sebirumbi (Appellant) and Uganda (Respondent), Supreme Court, Criminal Appeal No. 10 of 1989

John Magezi, Judy Obitre-Gama, Henry Onoria v. Attorney-General:

John Magezi, Judy Obitre-Gama, Henry Onoria v. Attorney-General, Constitutional Court, Constitutional Petition No. 10, 27 July 2005

Onynango-Obbo and Mwenda:

Onynango-Obbo and Mwenda v. Attorney-General, Supreme Court, Constitutional appeal, No. 2 of 2002, International Law in Domestic Courts 166 (UG 2004)

Otti Lagony, Kony Joseph and Matsanga David Nyekorach DPP Withdrawal Form:

Uganda v. Otti Lagony, Kony Joseph and Matsanga David Nyekorach, Director of Public Prosecutions, Withdrawal Form addressed to the Chief Magistrate in Buganda Road Court, 13 September 2001

Professor Isaac Newton Ojok:

Professor Isaac Newton Ojok (Appellant) and Uganda (Respondent), Supreme Court, Criminal Appeal No. 33/91

Susan Kigula:

Attorney-General v. Susan Kigula and 417 others, Supreme Court, Constitutional Appeal No. 3 of 2006, 21 January 2009

Warrants of Arrest for Otti Lagony, Kony Joseph and Matsanga David Nyekorach:

Warrants of Arrest for Otti Lagony, Kony Joseph and Matsanga David Nyekorach, Chief Magistrates Court of Buganda Road Court at Kampala, Warrants of Arrest for Criminal Offence No. 0221 of 1999, 4 February 1999

Kwoyelo Case

Charge Sheet Kwoyelo September 2010:

Uganda v. Kwoyelo Thomas alias Latoni, 6 September 2010

Kwoyelo (Constitutional Court Ruling):

Constitutional Petition No. 036/11 (Reference), arising out of HCT-00-ICD-Case No. 02/10, 22 September 2011

Kwoyelo Thomas v. Uganda (Notice of Appeal):

Kwoyelo Thomas (Applicant/Petitioner) v. Uganda (Respondent), Constitutional Reference No. 36 of 2011, Notice of Appeal, 23 September 2011

Thomas Kwoyelo v. Attorney General (Order of Mandamus):

Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni (Applicant) v. Attorney General (Respondent), High Court (Civil Division) HCT-00-CV-MC-0162-2011, Order by Judge Vincent T. Zehurikize, 25 January 2012

Uganda v. Kwoyelo Thomas (ICD Order):

Uganda (Prosecutor) v. Kwoyelo Thomas alias Latoni (Accused), HCT-00-ICD Case No. 0002 of 2010, Order, 11 November 2011

Uganda v. Kwoyelo Thomas (Indictment 2010):

Uganda (Prosecutor) v. Kwoyelo Thomas (Accused), Indictment, 21 August 2010

Uganda v. Kwoyelo Thomas (Indictment 2011):

Uganda (Prosecutor) v. Kwoyelo Thomas alias Latoni (Accused), Amended Indictment, 5 July 2011

Uganda v. Thomas Kwoyelo (Affidavit in Support of Application):

Uganda (Applicant) v. Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni (Respondent), Constitutional Application No. 50 of 2011, Affidavit in Support of Application, 31 October 2011

Uganda v. Thomas Kwoyelo (Attorney-General’s Legal Arguments):

Uganda (Applicant) v. Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni (Respondent), Constitutional Reference No. 36 of 2011, Attorney General’s Legal Arguments, 16 August 2011

Uganda v. Thomas Kwoyelo (Constitutional Directions Proceedings):

Uganda (Applicant) v. Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni (Respondent), Constitutional Reference No. 36/2011, Constitutional Directions Proceedings, 12 August 2011

Uganda v. Thomas Kwoyelo (Proceedings):

Uganda (Prosecutor) v. Kwoyelo Thomas alias Latoni (Accused), High Court Proceedings, 11 and 25 July 2011

Uganda v. Thomas Kwoyelo (Proceedings Kasule):

Uganda (Prosecutor) v. Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni (Respondent), Constitutional Petition No. 36/2011, Proceedings of Remmy Kasule, 16 August 2011

Uganda v. Thomas Kwoyelo (Reference to the Constitutional Court):

Uganda (Prosecutor) v. Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni (Accused), Constitutional Reference No. 36 of 2011, Reference to the Constitutional Court, 25 July 2011

Other national courts

AZAPO:

Azanian People's Organisation (AZAPO) and Others v. President of the Republic of South Africa, South African Constitutional Court, 27 July 1996

Gaddafi:

Gaddafi, France, Chambre d’accusation, Cour d’appel de Paris, 20 October 2000, 125 ILR 490

Ministry of Defence v. Ergialli:

Ministry of Defence v. Ergialli, Court of Venice, 5 February 1958, 26 ILR 732

Polyukhovich v. Commonwealth:

Polyukhovich v. Commonwealth, High Court of Australia, (1991) 172 CLR 501

Legal instruments

Treaties and other international legal instruments

1945

Charter of the United Nations, San Francisco, 6 June 1945 (UN Charter)

1948

Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, Paris, 9 December 1948, 78 UNTS 277 (Genocide Convention)

1949

Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field, Geneva, 12 August 1949, 75 UNTS 31 (Geneva Convention (I))

Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea, Geneva, 12 August 1949, 75 UNTS 85 (Geneva Convention (II))

Convention Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War, Geneva, 12 August 1949, 75 UNTS 135 (Geneva Convention (III))

Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, Geneva, 12 August 1949, 75 UNTS 287 (Geneva Convention (IV))

1954

Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict with Regulations for the Execution of the Convention, The Hague, 14 May 1954, 249 UNTS 240 (Cultural Property Convention)

1966

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, New York, 16 December 1966, 999 UNTS 171 (ICCPR)

1969

Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, Vienna, 23 May 1969 1155 UNTS 331 (VCLT)

1973

International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid, New York, 30 November 1973, 1015 UNTS 243 (Apartheid Convention)

1977

Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts, Geneva, 8 June 1977, 1125 UNTS 3 (Additional Protocol I)

Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts, Geneva, 8 June 1977, 1125 UNTS 609 (Additional Protocol II)

1984

Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, New York, 10 December 1984, 1465 UNTS 85 (Torture Convention)

1992

Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction, Geneva, 3 September 1992, 1974 UNTS 45 (Chemical Weapons Convention)

1993

Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, UN Doc. S/25704 (1993), Annex, as amended (ICTY Statute)

1994

ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence, adopted on 11 February 1994, last updated 24 July 2009 (IT/32/Rev.43) (ICTY RPE)

Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, UN Doc. S/RES/955 (1994), Annex, as amended (ICTR Statute)

Convention on the Safety of United Nations and Associated Personnel, New York, 9 December 1994, 2051 UNTS 363

1996

Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Mines, Booby-Traps and Other Devices as Amended on 3 May 1996 (Protocol II as amended on 3 May 1996) annexed to the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons which may be Deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to have Indiscriminate Effects, Geneva, 3 May 1996, 2048 UNTS 93 (Protocol II)

ICTR Rules of Procedure and Evidence, adopted on 29 June 1996, last updated 1 October 2009

1997

Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their Destruction, Oslo, 18 September 1997, 2056 UNTS 211 (Anti-Personnel Mines Convention)

1998

Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Rome, 17 July 1998, 2187 UNTS 90 (RS)

Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Rome, 17 July 1998, 2187 UNTS 159 (RS French)

1999

Second Protocol to the Hague Convention of 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, The Hague, 26 March 1999, 2253 UNTS 172

2000

Constitutive Act of the African Union, Lomé, 11 July 2000, 2158 UNTS 3

2001

Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts

2002

Statute of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, 16 January 2002 (SCSL Statute)

Rules of Procedure and Evidence, ICC-ASP/1/3, 9 September 2002 (RPE)

2003

Draft Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor, 3 June 2003

2005

Agreement Amending the Partnership Agreement between the Members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, of the One Part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the Other Part, Cotonou, 23 June 2000, Official Journal of the European Union, L 209/27

2006

Protocol for the Prevention and the Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity and All Forms of Discrimination, Protocol to the Pact on Security, Stability and Development in the Great Lakes Region, 29 November 2006 (Great Lakes Pact Protocol for the Prevention and the Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity and All Forms of Discrimination)

International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, New York, 20 December 2006, UN Doc. A/61/488 (Enforced Disappearance Convention)

2007

Statute of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, attached to UN Doc. S/RES/1757

Colombia

2005

Definitive Conciliated Text of Law Bill Number 211 of 2005 Senate and 293 of 2005 House of Representatives (also known as the Peace and Justice Act)

Sudan

1954

Commissions of Inquiry Act

1966

Indemnity Act

1972

Addis Ababa Agreement

1977

Indemnity Act

1986

Judiciary Act

People’s Armed Forces Act

1991

Criminal Act

Criminal Procedure Act

1995

Judiciary Headquarters, Criminal Decree No. 3/95, Trial of Accused Who Are Subject to Peoples Armed Forces Act

1997

Emergency and Public Safety Protection Act

1998

Constitution of the Sudan

1999

National Security Forces Act

Police Forces Act

2003

Ceasefire Agreement between the Government of Sudan and the SLA, Abéché, 3 September 2003

2004

Agreement on Humanitarian Ceasefire on the Conflict in Darfur and Protocol on the Establishment of Humanitarian Assistance in Darfur, N’Djamena, 8 April 2004

Presidential Decision No. 97 Establishing a Commission to Investigate Alleged Human Rights Violations Committed by Armed Groups in the Darfur States, 8 May 2004

2005

Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Government of the Republic of the Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Sudan People’s Liberation Army, 9 January 2005 (CPA)

Minister of Justice, Decision No. 3/2005, 19 January 2005

National Judicial Service Commission Act

Sudan Armed Forces Act (Amendment)

Interim National Constitution (INC)

Chief Justice, Decree Establishing the Special Criminal Court on the Events in Darfur, 7 June 2005 (SCCED Decree)

Chief Justice, Resolution No. 702, 11 June 2005

Minister of Justice, Decision No. 9/2005 establishing a Committee of Prosecution for Special Criminal Cases in Darfur, 13 June 2005 (stamped), 12 July 2005 (signed)

Declaration of Principles for the Resolution of the Sudanese Conflict in Darfur, agreed upon by the Government of the Sudan, the Sudanese Liberation Movement/Army (SLM/A) and the Justice and Equality Movement, Abuja, 5 July 2005

Chief Justice, Resolution No. 981, 17 September 2005

Minister of Justice, Decree on the Establishment of a Specialized Prosecution for Crimes against Humanity, 2005, 18 September 2005

Chief Justice, Amendment of the Order of Establishment of Criminal Court for Darfur’s Incidents, 10 November 2005

Chief Justice, Order of the Establishment of Criminal Court for Darfur’s Incident, 16 November 2005 (Geneina)

Chief Justice, Resolution No. 1128, 20 November 2005

Chief Justice, Resolution No. 1129, 20 November 2005

2006

Darfur Peace Agreement, Abuja, 5 May 2006 (DPA)

Decree No. 114, 11/12 June 2006

Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement between the Government of Sudan and the Eastern Sudan Front, Asmara, 14 October 2006

2007

Draft Sudanese Armed Forces Act

Armed Forces Act

2008

National Police Forces Act

Decision No. 1 of the Emergency Session of the National Assembly: Rejection of the Accusations of the Prosecutor of the ICC against Leading Officials of the State Headed by the President of the Republic, 16 July 2008, unofficial translation

Decision No. 2 of the Emergency Session of the National Assembly to Refuse to Ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, 16 July 2008, unofficial translation

Decision of the Minister of Justice, Appointment of Special Prosecutor for Crimes of Darfur, 3 August 2008, unofficial translation

Explanatory note to the Criminal Act Bill (Amendment)

2009

Agreement of Good Will and Confidence Building for the Settlement of the Problem of Darfur, Sudanese Government of National Unity and the Justice and Equality Movement, Doha, 17 February 2009

Criminal Procedures Act (Amendment)

Criminal Bill (Amendment)

2010

Framework Agreement to Resolve the Conflict in Darfur between the Government of Sudan (GoS) and the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM), Doha, 23 February 2010

Framework Agreement to Resolve the Conflict in Darfur between the Government of Sudan (GoS) and the Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM), Doha, 18 March 2010

National Security Act

2011

Doha Document for Peace in Darfur, as adopted by the Agreement between the Government of the Sudan and the Liberation and Justice Movement for the Adoption of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur, Doha, 14 July 2011

Uganda

1950

Penal Code Act, Laws of Uganda, Chapter 120

1964

Geneva Conventions Act, Laws of Uganda, Chapter 363

1972

Decree No. 8, 8 May 1972

1987

Amnesty Statute, Statute 6

1994

Agreement between the Uganda Government and the Lord’s Resistance Army (the Gulu Ceasefire), Gulu, 2 February 1994

1995

Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, as amended

1998

Amnesty Bill, XCL(58) Uganda Gazette, 22 September 1998

Ratification of Treaties Act, Laws of Uganda, Chapter 204

1999

People’s Armed Forces Act, Amendment

2000

Amnesty Act, Laws of Uganda, Chapter 294 (Amnesty Act)

2002

Amnesty (Amendment) Act, 19 June 2002

2003

Amnesty (Amendment) Bill, XCVI(65) Uganda Gazette, 24 December 2003

2004

International Criminal Court Bill, XCVII(26) Uganda Gazette, 28 May 2004 (ICC Bill 2004)

2005

Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces Act, XCVIII(56) Uganda Gazette, 2 September 2005

2006

Amnesty (Amendment) Act

Agreement on Cessation of Hostilities between the Government of the Republic of Uganda and Lord’s Resistance Army/Movement, Juba, Sudan, 26 August 2006

International Criminal Court Bill, XCVIX(67) Uganda Gazette, 17 November 2006 (ICC Bill 2006)

2007

Agreement on Accountability and Reconciliation between the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the Lord’s Resistance Army/Movement, Juba, 29 June 2007 (A&R Agreement)

2008

Annexure to the Agreement on Accountability and Reconciliation, Juba, 19 February 2008 (Annexure)

Agreement on Implementation and Monitoring Mechanisms, Juba, 29 February 2008

Administrative Circular No. 1 of 2008, High Court Divisions and Circuits and Staff Deployment, 22 May 2008 (Administrative Circular No. 1 of 2008)

Amnesty (Extension of Expiry Period) Instrument 24 May 2008, Statutory Instruments Supplements No. 14, Uganda Gazette, 24 June 2008

2010

Amnesty Act (Extension of Expiry Period) Instrument 2010, Statutory Instruments Supplements No. 16, Uganda Gazette, 21 May 2010

International Criminal Court Act, 2010, Uganda Gazette No. 39, Vol. 103, 25 June 2010

2011

The High Court (International Crimes Division) Practice Directions, Legal Notice No. 10 of 2011, Legal Notices Supplement to the Uganda Gazette No. 38 Volume CIV, 31 May, 2011

2012

Amnesty Act (Declaration of Lapse of the Operation of Part II) Instrument, 2012, Statutory Instruments 2012 No. 34, Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 15, Uganda Gazette, 23 May 2012

Amnesty Act (Extension of Expiry Period) (No. 2) Instrument, 2012, Statutory Instruments 2012 No. 35, Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 15, Uganda Gazette, 23 May 2012

Prevention and Prohibition of Torture Act, 2012, Uganda Gazette No. 52, Vol. 105, 18 September 2012

2013

Amnesty Act (Extension of Expiry Period) Instrument 2013, Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11, Uganda Gazette 24 May 2013

Amnesty Act (Revocation of Statutory Instrument No. 34 of 2012) Instrument 2013, Statutory Instruments No. 11, Uganda Gazette, 24 May 2013