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Jelisić case, Prosecutor v Jelisić (Goran), Trial judgment, Case no IT-95-10-T, ICL 868 (ICTY 1999), 14th December 1999, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Trial Chamber I [ICTY]

Reporter(s)

Ioana Ortance Onu

Jelisić case, Prosecutor v Jelisić (Goran), Trial judgment, Case no IT-95-10-T, ICL 868 (ICTY 1999), 14th December 1999, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Trial Chamber I [ICTY]

How a guilty plea regarding war crimes and crimes against humanity could fulfil the requirements of a ‘guilty plea’ that could be accepted by the Tribunal.

Whether discriminatory intent amounted to an intentional plan to exterminate an entire group of people.

Whether the killing of a targeted group without the special intention to do so was sufficient to establish genocide.

Whether an individual was able to commit genocide by himself without the support of an organization.

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