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ga croí-choireanna idirnáisiúnta REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
ga croí-choireanna REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
en core international crimes | core crimes
DEFINITION most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole and for which the International Criminal Court has jurisdiction in accordance with the Rome Statute REFERENCE Council-EN, based on Article 8<i>bis</i> of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) [29.4.2015]
COMMENT Core international crimes for which the ICC currently has <i>active</i> jurisdiction are the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.<p>Although a definition of the crime of aggression and a regime establishing how the Court will exercise its jurisdiction over this crime was included in the Rome Statute when it was amended on 11 June 2010, the ICC will not be able to exercise jurisdiction for the crime of aggression until after a decision to activate jurisdiction to be taken by two-thirds of the States Parties after 1 January 2017.<hr>Reference: Coalition for the International Criminal Court > Delivering on the promise of a fair, effective and independent Court > The Crime of Aggression [29.4.2015]<br>Reference: <hr>See also IATE:876431 for the International Criminal Court (ICC).
fr principaux crimes internationaux
DEFINITION crimes internationaux les plus graves qui touchent l'ensemble de la communauté internationale et pour lesquels la Cour pénale internationale a compétence REFERENCE Conseil-FR, d'après l'article 5 du Statut de Rome de la Cour pénale internationale, [28.1.2016]
COMMENT Aux termes du statut, les principaux crimes internationaux sont au nombre de quatre:<br>- le <b>crime de genocide</b>,<br>- les <b>crimes contre l'humanité</b>, <br>- les <b>crimes de guerre,</b><br>- le <b>crime d'agression</b>.