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Situation on the Registered Vessels of the Union of the Comoros, the Hellenic Republic and the Kingdom of Cambodia, Union of Comoros, Decision on the request of the Union of the Comoros to review the Prosecutor's decision not to initiate an investigation; and Partly dissenting opinion of Judge Kovács, Case No ICC-01/13, ICC-01/13-34, ICC-01/13-34-Anx-Corr, ICL 1701 (ICC 2015), 16th July 2015, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Pre Trial Chamber I [ICC]

Situation on the Registered Vessels of the Union of the Comoros, the Hellenic Republic and the Kingdom of Cambodia, Union of Comoros, Decision on the request of the Union of the Comoros to review the Prosecutor's decision not to initiate an investigation; and Partly dissenting opinion of Judge Kovács, Case No ICC-01/13, ICC-01/13-34, ICC-01/13-34-Anx-Corr, ICL 1701 (ICC 2015), 16th July 2015, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Pre Trial Chamber I [ICC]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 21 February 2020

Whether the Prosecutor should review her decision not to investigate a referred situation due to a flawed assessment of gravity under Article 17(1)(d) of the Rome Statute.

Whether the Prosecutor committed an error in assessing gravity by not taking into consideration events that occurred elsewhere than on the three vessels over which the International Criminal Court could exercise territorial jurisdiction.

Whether the Prosecutor committed a material error when assessing the individual factors for the determination of gravity, namely the scale, nature, manner of commission and impact on the victims of the alleged crimes, as well as well determining whether the persons likely to be the object of an investigation would be those more responsible for the alleged crimes.

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