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Simić case, Prosecutor v Simić (Blagoje), Judgment, Case no IT-95-9-A, ICL 753 (ICTY 2006), 28th November 2006, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Appeals Chamber [ICTY]

Simić case, Prosecutor v Simić (Blagoje), Judgment, Case no IT-95-9-A, ICL 753 (ICTY 2006), 28th November 2006, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Appeals Chamber [ICTY]

Whether participation in a joint criminal enterprise should have been specifically pleaded in an indictment.

Whether an accused person could be held individually liable for any acts committed by others.

Whether an aider and abettor of the crime of persecution should share the discriminatory intent of the perpetrator.

Whether an accused person’s authority should be considered in finding the accused person’s liability.

Whether the crime of persecution required transfer across national borders.

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