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International Criminal Court Annual Meeting

By Human Rights Watch
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(The Hague) – Member countries of the International Criminal Court (ICC) should use their annual meeting to reinforce commitments for the court’s delivery of justice for the worst international crimes, Human Rights Watch said today. In advance of the session, Human Rights Watch issued an 18-page report making recommendations to ICC member countries attending the Assembly of States Parties meeting in The Hague from December 6-11, 2021. At this year’s meeting, the Assembly’s 20th, member countries will further address the extensive review by independent experts of the court’s performance. They will…

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