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Journal:   CRIMINAL LAW DOCTRINES   spring-summer 2017 , Volume - , Number 13 #g00639; Page(s) 165 To 191.
 
Paper: 

A Look at the Capacity of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Protection of Human Rights

 
 
Author(s):  Salimi Turkamani Hojat*
 
* Shahid Madani University of Azarbaijan
 
Abstract: 
The establishment of The International Criminal Court (ICC) as a permanent international court in Rome on 17 July 1998 is an important step in the process of fighting impunity. The Rome Statute of ICC through the creation of the connection between peace and international security and criminal justice has related (correlated) to the category of human rights. In the light of the Rome Statute of ICC, it can have a pivotal role in the promotion of the human rights policies. The interpretation (commentary) of the rules of the International Criminal Court (ICC) according to human rights, the nature of the international crimes related to human rights embodied the jurisdiction of The International Criminal Court (ICC), all show the evolution and perfection of the international criminal law directing to the judicial protection which is made up (consist) of human rights and criminal prosecution with the fundamental human rights violations. The International Criminal Court (ICC) in the development of human rights has been confronted with limitations such as impossibility of the expanded interpretation of human rights for the principle of the legality of crimes and punishments. The future ICC policy has revealed the level of the occurrence of human rights concerns embodied in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and it makes the role of ICC become more visible in the development of human rights.
 
Keyword(s): Human rights,The International Criminal Court (ICC),International crimes
 
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