International criminal court (ICC) is an independent and non one of the organs of United Nations (UN)

Authors

  • Awara H. Ahmed Department of Law, College of Law and Administration, University of Halabja, Halabja City, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
  • Zana R. Saeed - Department of Law, CCollege of Law, Jihan University, Sulaimani City, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32410/huj-10349

Keywords:

دادگای تاوانکاری نێودەوڵەتی، نەتەوە یەکگرتووەکان، دادگای دادی نێودەوڵەتی، ئەنجومەنی ئاسایش

Abstract

International criminal court (ICC) is an independent and non one of the organs of United Nations (UN), and established by an international convention. Nevertheless which an independent court but it has a deep relation with the UN and its two organs such as; international court of justice (ICJ) and Security Council (SC), which this relation derived from the negotiated relationship agreement between the ICC and the UN as well as those powers which Rome statute of the ICC grants to UN and these two organs of UN. The relationship between ICC and UN include the expense of the court which parts of this expenses provided by UN in particular in relation to the expenses incurred due to referrals by the SC, and regarding amendment of the Rome statute Secretary-General of the UN shall convene a review conference to consider any amendments to this Statute. any State Party may propose amendments the text of any proposed amendment shall be submitted to the Secretary-General of the UN, who shall circulate it to all state parties of the ICC, then any amendments adopted at a meeting of the assembly of state parties or at a review conference circulate to all state parties by Secretary General of the UN. The relationship between ICC and ICJ based on the settlement of disputes, dispute between two or more state parties of ICC relating to the interpretation or application of the Rome statute assembly of the state parties responsible for settle it or may referral to the ICJ for settle it. And the relationship between ICC and SC is broader are comprised SC has the power to referral a situation to the ICC Acting under chapter seven of the UN charter, SC has the power to deferral of investigation or prosecution for a period 12 months and the other relation between ICC and SC, SC has the power to determine of an act of aggression committed by the state concerned, where the SC has made such a determination, the prosecutor of ICC may proceed with the investigation in respect of a crime of aggression.

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دەیەم: پێگە ئەلیکترۆنییەکان

پێگەی فەرمی دادگای تاوانکاری نێودەوڵەتی، بەردەست لەسەر:

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Published

2020-12-30

How to Cite

H. Ahmed, A., & R. Saeed, Z. . (2020). International criminal court (ICC) is an independent and non one of the organs of United Nations (UN). Halabja University Journal, 5(4), 199–212. https://doi.org/10.32410/huj-10349