The Jurisdictional Limitations of the Statute of The ICC


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The Thesis titled 'The Jurisdictional Limitations of the Statute of the International Criminal Court' gives an authoritative account of International Criminal Law and focuses on the crimes under the jurisdiction of the ICC;genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.It also examines the definitions of these crimes under the Statute. This work also deals with the crime of aggression, the failure to provide a definition and the need for a standard definition of the crime inoder to prevent impunity for this crime. This work also looks at the principle of complementarity under the ICC. The ICC regime through its system of complementarity clearly sees national courts as the courts of first resort.But at the heart of this principle is the understanding that the most serious crimes of concern to the international community must not be prosecuted at the national level.Also, the ICC does not have jurisdiction over non-party states and there is need for it to be granted universal jurisdiction for it to be effective.

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