International Criminal Court : Amnesty International's urgent appeal to countries that have ratified the Rome Statute creating the International Criminal Court to address the disturbing lack of nominations of female candidates for judges.
In this appeal, with just over one month until the nomination period for judges to the International Criminal Court closes, Amnesty International is deeply concerned by the lack of female candidates nominated by those states that have ratified the Rome Statute and the widespread refusal of executive authorities to conduct open nomination procedures involving consultation with civil society.
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