Whether crimes against humanity committed in Argentina in the late 1970s were punishable in the Spanish legal order, inter alia, by effect of customary international law.
Whether Spanish courts had jurisdiction over such crimes, inter alia, by application of the principle of universal jurisdiction.
Keywords: Crimes against humanity; Customary international law; Genocide; Human rights, civil and political rights; Human rights, principle of legality; Human rights, right to a judge; International courts and tribunals; International crimes; Jurisdiction of states, extra-territorial; Jurisdiction of states, passive personality principle; Jurisdiction of states, universality principle; Peremptory norms / ius cogens
Legal Material. 71166 words.
Subjects: International Courts and Tribunals ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law
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