Icc Rome Statute O Art Activation Jurisdiction Member

Vorderseite Resolution 1970 (content)
• under Art. 41 UN-charta
Activation of ICC
  o Why  Rome Statute of the ICC
  o The ICC only has jurisdiction for state parties of the Rome Statute
  o Libya was not a member of the Rome Statute of the ICC
  o Exception: If the SC refers a case to the ICC, it gives the ICC jurisdiction even if a country is not a member of the Rome Statute (art. 13 Rome Statute of the ICC)  of course P-5 states still have the veto right so the actual activation of art. 13 was unexpected
Arms embargo
Asset freeze (smart sanctions because they target individuals; unlike sanctions for Iraq)
Travel ban

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