International Criminal Court: Concerns at the sixth session of the Assembly of States Parties
In this paper, Amnesty International presents its concerns and recommendations on a number of issues on the agenda of the Assembly and other issues, which the organization believes should be considered by the Assembly this year. These include: the refusal of the government of Sudan to cooperate with the Court's investigation in Darfur; the development of an effective system of positive complementarity; important principles which must be applied in considering the definition of the crime of aggression; voluntary contributions by state parties to the Trust Fund for Victims.
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