African Journal of International Criminal Justice


Background on the ICC and African States’ Relationship

Keywords ICC review process, African States Parties, Rome Statute, relation ICC and Africa, Contact Group of the Executive Council
Authors Sètondji Roland Adjovi
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Sètondji Roland Adjovi
Sètondji Roland Adjovi is Managing Director, Etudes Vihodé.
  • Abstract

      Mr. Sètondji Roland Adjovi provides a comprehensive background on the relationship between African States and the ICC from the Court’s inception, through to the ongoing Review Mechanism. The paper sets out in-depth perspectives of various African States and their views of the ICC, as well as explores the way African States have interacted with the ICC, and vice versa. This paper sets the stage by providing context for the ongoing tensions between African States and the ICC.

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