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Situation in the Republic of Kenya, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Ruto (William Samoei) and Sang (Joshua Arap), Reasons for the decision on excusal from presence at trial under Rule 134quater, Case no ICC-01/09-01/11, ICC-01/09-01/11-1186, ICL 1600 (ICC 2014), 18th February 2014, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Trial Chamber V [ICC]



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Whether Rule 134quater of the Rules was consistent with the accused’s obligation to be present during trial set out in Article 63(1) of the Rome Statute.

Whether Rule 134quater of the Rules was consistent with the principle of non-discrimination set out in Article 27(1) of the Rome Statute.

Whether Rule 134quater of the Rules limited the criminal responsibility of those performing extraordinary public duties at the highest national level, contrary to Article 21(3) of the Rome Statute.

Keywords: Right to fair trial; International Criminal Court (ICC); Trial Chamber; In absentia proceedings

Legal Material.  24968 words. 

Subjects: Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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