As we have seen, international criminal procedure provides the means to execute substantive international criminal law in a direct way compared to the indirect execution by national courts. One could presume that procedural law would be the same, independent of the level it is being applied be it national or international. In reality, this is not the case. International criminal procedure finds itself in a rather different environment. This is demonstrable in the following three aspects: (A) the purposes and aims of procedure, (B) questions of competence, and (C)...
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