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1 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT International Criminal Court Edward V. Petrow Saint Leo University
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2 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT The International Criminal Court (ICC) is governed by the Rome Statute; it is the first unchanging court that is treaty based and created to help end exemption for the serious criminal offenders that are of concern to international community. As an independent organization, meaning not part of the system existing for the United Nations, ICC’s seat is located at the Hauge in the Netherlands. Funding for the ICC comes mainly from state parties, but voluntary contributions are also received from corporations, other governments, individuals, and international organizations. See the graph below to see individual country contributions.
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3 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT The courts structure is based on four different organs. Those organs are the presidency, judicial divisions, office of the prosecutors, and registry. For a long time the international community has worked
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course HUMANITIES HUM-302 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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