Implementation of the Rome Statute in the Netherlands
20 Pages Posted: 27 Jun 2007
Date Written: June 2007
The paper analyses the Dutch legislation on the implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and discusses whether the Netherlands will be able to carry out investigations and prosecutions into crimes against international law as well as to cooperate with the International Criminal Court.
The paper was produced as part of the Project on National Implementation Legislation (PINIL). Eight country analyses forming part of this project are published in a symposium in volume 16 (2005) of the Finnish Yearbook of International Law, and five further country analyses are available on SSRN.
Keywords: International Criminal Court, implementation, Rome Statute, Netherlands, Cinar, van Niekerk, International Criminal Law
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