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Candidates for Next ICC Prosecutor Face Public Hearings

Click to expand Image Permanent premises of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Netherlands.  © 2019 Peter Dejong/AP This week, International Criminal Court (ICC) member countries will hold hearings with four candidates shortlisted for the court’s next prosecutor. Countries are due to elect the prosecutor in December, filling the most critical top job at the court. There are fewer more important decisions for member countries. The prosecutor, serving for a nine-year term, drives the work of the ICC through decisions about what cases to bring and how. The next prosecutor…

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