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Title : S/RES/1660 : International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991

安保理決議第1660号
旧ユーゴスラビア国際刑事裁判所に関する決議

採択日:2006/02/28
会合:第5382回会合
投票:全会一致
プレスリリース:SC/8653

安全保障理事会は、

 1993年5月25日付決議第827号・1998年5月13日付決議第1166号・2000年11月30日付決議第1329号・2002年5月17日付決議第1411号・2002年8月14日付決議第1431号・2003年5月19日付決議第1481号・2003年8月28日付決議第1503号・2004年3月26日付決議第1534号・2005年4月20日付決議第1597号を再確認し、
 旧ユーゴスラビア国際刑事裁判所所長の要請があった際に事務総長が第13条3(Article 13 ter)に従い選出された訴訟裁判官(ad litem judges)の中から予備裁判官(reserve judges)を、任命された後半の各段階に参加するため並びに裁判官が現職に留まることが困難となった際に後任とするために任命するという同所長によりなされた提案を考慮し、
 同所長によりそのように要請された際に事務総長が旧ユーゴスラビア国際刑事裁判所の特定の公判に予備裁判官を任命することの妥当性を確信し、
 国際連合憲章第7章の下で行動し、

  1. 旧ユーゴスラビア国際刑事裁判所規程第12条及び第13条4(article 13 quater)を修正し本決議付属文書に挙げる条文に差し替えることを決定する。
  2. この問題に引き続き積極的に取り組むことを決定する。

Annex

Article 12 : Composition of the Chambers

  1. The Chambers shall be composed of sixteen permanent independent judges, no two of whom may be nationals of the same State, and a maximum at any one time of twelve ad litem independent judges appointed in accordance with article 13 ter, paragraph 2, of the Statute, no two of whom may be nationals of the same State.
  2. Three permanent judges and a maximum at any one time of nine ad litem judges shall be members of each Trial Chamber. Each Trial Chamber to which ad litem judges are assigned may be divided into sections of three judges each, composed of both permanent and ad litem judges, except in the circumstances specified in paragraph 5 below. A section of a Trial Chamber shall have the same powers and responsibilities as a Trial Chamber under the Statute and shall render judgement in accordance with the same rules.
  3. Seven of the permanent judges shall be members of the Appeals Chamber. The Appeals Chamber shall, for each appeal, be composed of five of its members.
  4. A person who for the purposes of membership of the Chambers of the International Tribunal could be regarded as a national of more than one State shall be deemed to be a national of the State in which that person ordinarily exercises civil and political rights.
  5. The Secretary-General may, at the request of the President of the International Tribunal appoint, from among the ad litem judges elected in accordance with article 13 ter, reserve judges to be present at each stage of a trial to which they have been appointed and to replace a judge if that judge is unable to continue sitting.
  6. Without prejudice to paragraph 2 above, in the event that exceptional circumstances require for a permanent judge in a section of a Trial Chamber to be replaced resulting in a section solely comprised of ad litem judges, that section may continue to hear the case, notwithstanding that its composition no longer includes a permanent judge.

Article 13 quater : Status of ad litem judges

  1. During the period in which they are appointed to serve in the International Tribunal, ad litem judges shall:
    1. Benefit from the same terms and conditions of service mutatis mutandis as the permanent judges of the International Tribunal;
    2. Enjoy, subject to paragraph 2 below, the same powers as the permanent judges of the International Tribunal;
    3. Enjoy the privileges and immunities, exemptions and facilities of a judge of the International Tribunal;
    4. Enjoy the power to adjudicate in pre-trial proceedings in cases other than those that they have been appointed to try.
  2. During the period in which they are appointed to serve in the International Tribunal, ad litem judges shall not:
    1. Be eligible for election as, or to vote in the election of, the President of the Tribunal or the Presiding Judge of a Trial Chamber pursuant to article 14 of the Statute;
    2. Have power:
      1. To adopt rules of procedure and evidence pursuant to article 15 of the Statute. They shall, however, be consulted before the adoption of those rules;
      2. To review an indictment pursuant to article 19 of the Statute;
      3. To consult with the President in relation to the assignment of judges pursuant to article 14 of the Statute or in relation to a pardon or commutation of sentence pursuant to article 28 of the Statute.
  3. Notwithstanding, paragraphs 1 and 2 above, an ad litem judge who is serving as a reserve judge shall, during such time as he or she so serves:
    1. Benefit from the same terms and conditions of service mutatis mutandis as the permanent judges of the International Tribunal;
    2. Enjoy the privileges and immunities, exemptions and facilities of a judge of the International Tribunal;
    3. Enjoy the power to adjudicate in pre-trial proceedings in cases other than those that they have been appointed to and for that purpose to enjoy subject to paragraph 2 above, the same powers as permanent judges;
  4. In the event that a reserve judge replaces a judge who is unable to continue sitting, he or she will, as of that time, benefit from the provisions of paragraph 1 above.

分野:
地域:S/RES/1629旧ユーゴスラビア情勢S/RES/1668
採択順:S/RES/1659S/RES/1661
Updated : 2006/04/19