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Prosecutor v Seromba (Athanase), Appeals judgment, Case no ICTR-2001-66-A, ICL 701 (ICTR 2008), 12th March 2008, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Appeals Chamber [ICTR]

Reporter(s)

Fanni Andristyak

Prosecutor v Seromba (Athanase), Appeals judgment, Case no ICTR-2001-66-A, ICL 701 (ICTR 2008), 12th March 2008, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Appeals Chamber [ICTR]

What constituted an interference with the right to a fair trial by the Trial Chamber in terms of sequencing the testimony of the accused and closing the defence case.

When was an indictment defective and when were those defects cured.

What constituted aiding and abetting of genocide by causing serious bodily or mental harm.

Whether a plan had to exist for a finding of dolus specialis for the purposes of aiding and abetting genocide.

What constituted ‘commission’ for the crimes of genocide and extermination.

Whether ‘effective control’ was an element of the mode of responsibility of ‘ordering’.

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