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Elements of Crimes (as amended), 2nd November 2000 (ICC-ASP/1/3 (Pt II-B), UN Doc PCNICC/2000/1/Add.2), OXIO 195

Elements of Crimes (as amended), 2nd November 2000 (ICC-ASP/1/3 (Pt II-B), UN Doc PCNICC/2000/1/Add.2), OXIO 195

International Criminal Court [ICC]

Subject(s):
Aggression — Actus reus — Mens rea — Genocide — Nullum crimen sine lege — Practice and procedure of international organizations
1. The status of the Elements of Crimes (‘Elements’) as a possible source of international law, and their relation to other sources of international criminal law, including whether the Elements should take precedence over other sources of international law. 2. The standard for criminal intent in the Elements compared with the standard set out in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (‘Statute’), and whether this is lower than that intended by the drafters of the Statute. This headnote pertains to: Elements of Crimes (as amended) , an act of an...
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