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|Title:||Responsibility of commanders and presidents in front of the International Criminal Court: The case of Sudanese President Omar Hassan Al-Bashir||Authors:||Fatma A. Al-Saleh||Supervisor:||Prof. Ali S. Al-Nami||Keywords:||the International Criminal Court;leaders;that criminal responsibility||Issue Date:||2012||Publisher:||Kuwait university - college of graduate studies||Abstract:||This study aimed to identify the responsibility of leaders and presidents before the International Criminal Court, and the situation of Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir in particular, was the theme of the study in three chapters, the first on the principle of the responsibility of leaders and presidents in the trials of World War II and before the criminal courts the interim, and the other on the principle of responsibility leaders and presidents to the permanent International Criminal Court, and the third reviewed the responsibility of the Sudanese president as a case before the International Criminal Court, has been a descriptive approach, The study found that criminal responsibility direct to the Sudanese President, the fact that the crimes alleged against him are not only on his orders in person, as the study added that the memorandum of the Attorney General that was submitted to the court were not substantiated by clear and constitute the mental element of the crimes attributed to the Sudanese president, which negates criminal responsibility for, and the light of the results the study recommended the initiative of the Arab States to include in their national legislation all the international standards that ensure a fair trial and international crimes pillars set forth in the Statute of the International Criminal Court, to avoid the looting of the jurisdiction of courts of criminal about the acts that constitute international crimes if committed within its territorial jurisdiction, and the need to adopt legal systems of the Arab to the principle of universal jurisdiction and by which it can prosecute the perpetrators of acts that constitute international crimes against the peoples .||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/319|
|Appears in Programs:||0250 Public Law|
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