حتمية تفعيل الجانب الإجرائي للعدالة الجنائية الدولية
كينة, محمد لطفي
طاشور, عبد الحفيظ
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The creation of the International Criminal Court is considered as an important step towards achieving the desired international criminal justice. However, this court is still far from playing its role effectively due to some procedural obstacles which have been set up since Rome Conference for preventing the punishment of the citizens of some powerful countries if they commit crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court. This has been clearly seen in the Court’s activity since 2002; As most of the cases presented before the court are related to the developing countries, mainly the Africans, whereas the court does not intervene in some other crimes although they fall within its jurisdiction, such as the crimes of the Zionist entity. In this case, the amendment of the Statute seems to be an urgent necessity, so that its rules would comply with the requirements of international criminal justice and apply to all without discrimination.