Central African Republic: Analysis of the draft Penal Code and draft Code of Criminal Procedure
This is an analysis of the draft Penal Code and draft Code of Criminal Procedure regarding the implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court in accordance with International Criminal Court: Checklist for Effective Implementing Legislation, (AI Index: IOR 40/011/2000). Amnesty International recommends that states parties develop and implement programmes to train judges, prosecutors, defence lawyers, police, army and court officials and foreign affairs officials concerning their respective obligations under the Rome Statute, and to proceed with the updating of military codes, as many states have already done.
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