Thursday, April 22, 2010

ICC Prosecutor Seeks Non-Cooperation Ruling Against Sudan

Prosecutors have asked International Criminal Court judges to involve the UN Security Council in Sudan's refusal to execute arrest warrants for a government official and a militia leader, a court document showed on Thursday. In a request filed earlier in the week, the office of the prosecutor asked judges to issue a "finding of non-cooperation" against the government of Sudan, which would allow the court to "refer the matter to the Security Council".

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