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Gbagbo and Blé Goudé Case, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Gbagbo (Laurent) and Blé Goudé (Charles), Decision on the ‘Prosecution’s consolidated application to conditionally admit the prior recorded statements and related documents of various witnesses under Rule 68 and Prosecution’s application for the introduction of documentary evidence under paragraph 43 of the directions on the conduct of proceedings relating to the evidence of Witnesses P-0087 and P-0088’, Case No ICC-02/11-01/15, ICL 1791 (ICC 2017), 6th June 2017, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Trial Chamber I [ICC]

Gbagbo and Blé Goudé Case, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Gbagbo (Laurent) and Blé Goudé (Charles), Decision on the ‘Prosecution’s consolidated application to conditionally admit the prior recorded statements and related documents of various witnesses under Rule 68 and Prosecution’s application for the introduction of documentary evidence under paragraph 43 of the directions on the conduct of proceedings relating to the evidence of Witnesses P-0087 and P-0088’, Case No ICC-02/11-01/15, ICL 1791 (ICC 2017), 6th June 2017, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Trial Chamber I [ICC]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 06 December 2019

Whether the prior recorded testimony of 16 witnesses was conditionally admissible under Rule 68(2)(b) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence (‘Rules’), which related to circumstances in which the witness was not present and the evidence went to proof of a matter other than the acts and conduct of the accused.

Whether the prior recorded testimony of 23 witnesses was conditionally admissible under Rule 68(3) of the Rules, which related to circumstances in which the witness was present and did not object to the submission of the testimony.

Whether items of documentary evidence, together with associated transcripts and translations relating to two witnesses, were admissible.

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