Disclosure of Confidential Reasons in the Confirmation of Charges in the Practice of the International Criminal Court Glorifying Human Rights Achievements release_3s6pxjggefasnkwpege5wc34y4

by javad salehi

Published in حقوق بشر by Mofid University.

2017   Volume 12


The disclosure of confidential reasons the defendant under Article 67 (2) of the Statute is one of the duties of the prosecutor of the essential elements of a fair trial. The disclosure of confidential reasons to allow the accused before the confirmation of charges to be informed of the reasons for confidentiality and prepare to defend. But without formalities and evaluate arguments in support of charges of topics in the field, to the Pre-Trial Chamber to confirm or not the charges. According to the provisions of Article 61 (7) of the Statute, the issue of "confirmation of charges" refers to the issue of whether sufficient grounds for obtaining accused of having committed crimes there? The defendant in the session confirmed the allegations, not only has the right to have the charges dismissed, but the right to notice of the reasons for confidentiality provided by the prosecutor, they will challenge even for the charges of his own confidential reasons, the prosecutor rejected and would provide its reasons.
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