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This document contains a summary of the most important issues of constitutionality raised by different national judicial and quasi-judicial bodies with regard to the ratification of the Statute for the International Criminal Court of 1998.
Issues raised regarding the Rome Statute of the ICC by national Constitutional Courts, Supreme Courts and Councils of State