Dirasat: Sh ari’a and Law Sciences

From 2005 to 2019

ISSN 1026-3748

Convening the Judicial Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court by Way of Referral


Abstract | الملخص

This study relate to one of the ways of the International Criminal Court functional competence, a method of referral by the Security Council, as the International Criminal Court exercising its jurisdiction in several ways: to it by the States Parties or countries that wish the exercise of the Court's jurisdiction on the issue relates to it or its citizens, or to refer the case to it by the Security Council. Because there is a relationship between the Security Council and the International Criminal Court, which has two forms: the delay of a pending case before the court to notice another, either assignment is that the Council refer the incident or the particular case which the Council sees it as a threat to international peace and security. So the researcher talking about this relationship, conditions, legal controls, provisions, and how to exercise the Council have, through the division of the study to the first two sections looking at the concept of referral, and the second to talk about the competent authorities to refer the case to the International Criminal Court.

Authors | المؤلفون

Mamdouh Al-O’dwan , Omar Al-Okoor

Keywords | الكلمات الدالة

This study relate to one of the ways of the International Criminal Court functional competence, a method of referral by the Security Council, as the International Criminal Court exercising its jurisdiction in several ways: to it by the States Parties or c

References | المراجع