House of Commons
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INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
EDM #548
Tabled 18 February 1997
1996-97 Session
That this House notes that there is at present, no permanent and effective mechanism which allows those individuals violating international humanitarian law to be made accountable for their crimes; believes that the only way to maintain international peace is to focus the rule of law on individual lawbreakers and make international law more effective through the establishment of a permanent international criminal court; and strongly urges Her Majesty's Government to support the Preparatory Committee on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court created by the United Nations General Assembly in December 1995.

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