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1.         La situation en Libye avait été déférée à la CPI par le Conseil de sécurité par sa résolution 1970 du 26 février 2011. Le 27 juin 2011, la Chambre préliminaire I avait délivré des mandats d’arrêt à l’encontre de Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, Abdullah Al-Senussi et Muammar Gaddafi. Les poursuites contre Muammar Gaddafi ont été clôturées à la suite de son décès( le 20...

For better of for worse, it is extremely hard to insulate international criminal law from the influence of politics. Volumes have been written on the law and politics of the Nuremberg IMT, the trial of Eichmann in Jerusalem and the ad hoc tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia (to name only a few). It is well-known that international courts and tribunals employ various non-legal stratagems to ensure state support in the form of, for example, funding, cooperation with arrest and detention o...

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