Volume I, s.3 Jurisdiction, 18 Issues of Admissibility and Jurisdiction, Ch.18.2 Possible Conflicts of Jurisdiction with the Ad Hoc International Tribunals
Edited By: Professor Antonio Cassese, Professor Paola Gaeta, Mr John R.W.D. Jones
With the creation of the ICC as a permanent international criminal court for any future offences under international criminal law, a conflict of jurisdictions between the ICTY and ICTR, on the one hand, and the ICC, on the other, might arise. According to Articles 11 and 24 of the ICC Statute, the new Court will have jurisdiction only over offences committed after the entry into force of the Statute. The question that presents itself therefore is, what the relationship between the ICC and the existing tribunals ICTY and ICTR will be, and to what extent a conflict...