1 The views expressed in this contribution are solely those of the author and are not attributable to the Office of the Prosecutor or the ICC. 2 The Office of the Prosecutor (‘OTP’ or ‘Office’) is, pursuant to Article 34 Rome Statute (‘Statute’), one of the four organs of the International Criminal Court (ICC). As the triggering force of the proceedings and generator of cases, it is often considered to be the engine room of the ICC. The OTP is responsible for carrying out investigations and prosecutions in accordance with the Statute and the Rules of Procedure and...
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