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In the matter of El Sayed, Prosecutor v El Sayed (Jamil Mohamad Amin), Decision on appeal of pre-trial judge’s order regarding jurisdiction and standing, Case no CH/AC/2010/02, ICL 1055 (STL 2010), 10th November 2010, Special Tribunal for Lebanon [STL]; Appeals Chamber [STL]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 19 October 2019

Whether the pre-trial judge erred in finding that the Special Tribunal for Lebanon had jurisdiction in dealing with the right of access to one’s criminal file and in finding that the applicant had standing.

Whether the Tribunal had the jurisdiction to decide on the application for access to investigative material and the criminal file.

Whether the Appeals Chamber had the power to determine the standing of the applicant before a decision on merits had been reached.

Whether the applicant had standing before the Tribunal on the issue of the right to access investigative material.

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