Part 4 of the Rome Statute concerns the organization of the International Criminal Court, in other words, its organs (Presidency, Chambers, Office of the Prosecutor, and Registry) and their respective functions. It also details the procedures for nominating and electing the Court’s judges, Prosecutor, and Registrar, and their deputies (and for appointing other staff), for ensuring their independence and impartiality, and for removing them in case of misconduct or inability to exercise their functions. Part 4 is, therefore, a pivotal component of the Rome Statute:...
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