Pre-Trial Chamber I adjourns the hearing on the confirmation of charges and requests the Prosecutor to consider providin

June 2013
African Business News;6/ 3/2013, p21
The article reports that the Pre-trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court (ICC), through Judge Fernández de Gurmendi, has adjourned the hearing on the confirmation of charges against Laurent Gbagbo. It notes that prosecutors have been instead requested to provide evidence with respect to charges in accordance with article 61(7)(c)(i) of the Statute. Moreover, the Chamber have also proposed six issues on which prosecutors may provide further information and further investigation.


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