1 The judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) (‘Court’) are the ultimate guardians of the mandate of the Court: enforcement of international justice by an independent permanent international criminal court. For this to be achieved, the selection of adjudicators has to conform to basic principles on independent, competent, and impartial judiciary (Election of Adjudicators; Independence: International Adjudication; Impartiality: International Adjudication). The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998) (‘Rome Statute’) lays out detailed...
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