Whether a dispute relating to the interpretation, application, or fulfilment of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide existed and whether a court had prima facie jurisdiction for the purposes of the provisional measures stage.
Whether the rights which a state sought to protect were at least plausible, and whether there was a clear link between those rights and the provisional measures requested.
Whether there was a real and imminent risk that irreparable prejudice would be caused to the rights a state sought to protect before a court gave its final decision.
Whether the indication of provisional measures was warranted in order to preserve a state’s procedural rights and prevent the aggravation or extension of the dispute between the parties.
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