On Systemic Nature of the Modern International Criminal Justice

On Systemic Nature of the Modern International Criminal Justice

Авторы: Волеводз Александр Григорьевич ЧИТАТЬ PDF
Volevodz A.G. On Systemic Nature of the Modern International Criminal Justice / A.G. Volevodz // Современные тенденции развития международного гуманитарного права: Междунар. науч.-практ. конф. – Казань: Центр инновационных технологий, 2011. – С. 281-293.


    Complex political and social situations in various countries, serious concerns of the international community regarding significant violations of the generally accepted norms and principles of international law are conducive to forming a growing number of international courts for enforcing international criminal law. These bodies exercise international criminal justice.



    The international community and the UN pay special attention to eliminating factors that potentially may negatively influence the further development of the international criminal justice system. In particular, by promoting education and training in international criminal justice in accordance with the principle of the rule of law in the context of the standards and norms of the UN in preventing crime and administering criminal justice and by interpreting the term «international criminal justice» in a wider sense as including the material and procedural norms of international criminal law and the necessary mechanisms for enforcing these norms in the form of international criminal courts. 



Ключевые слова: international criminal justice, international criminal justice system
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