Title: Úskalí (ne)ratifikace Římského statutu a legitimita Mezinárodního trestního soudu
Other Titles: Problems of (non)ratification of Rome Statute and legitimation of International Criminal Court
Authors: Bacík, Pavel
Advisor: Jurek, Petr
Referee: Cabadová Waisová, Šárka
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Document type: diplomová práce
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/10389
Keywords: Římský statut;Mezinárodní trestní soud;mezinárodní právo trestní;mezinárodní trestní soudnictví
Keywords in different language: International Criminal Court;Rome Statute;International Criminal Law;International Criminal Justice
Abstract: Práce je případovou studií zaměřenou na proces tvorby a schvalování Římskéhí statutu Mezinárodního trestního soudu. Současně se zabývá také historickým kontextem nezbytným pro pochopení této problematiky, tedy vývojem mezinárodního trestního soudnictví ve 20. století. Cílem práce je především detailně popsat hlavní problémy, koalice a celkový proces tvorby této relativně nové globální instituce.
Abstract in different language: The International Criminal Court is a relatively recently established international institution, whose objective is to judge the perpetrators of the worst crimes under international law in a fair trial. The creation of this court is a clear message sent by the international community to these perpetrators that they can not use their national immunities as an excuse anymore, that they will be brought before justice and bear responsibility for their behaviour.The International Criminal Court is a permanent tribunal to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity,war crimes, and the crime of aggression. The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court is an open international treaty. The states can decide on a voluntary basis to ratify the Statute and thereby to accept the jurisdiction of the Court. The Statute was accepted in 1998 and on grounds of obtaining the required number of ratifications entered into force 1. July 2002. The jurisdiction of the Court covers the crimes committed from this date forward. Subject matter jurisdiction refers to following crimes: genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The crime of aggression should be included after the state parties accept the definition of this crime. This diploma thesis is focused for the question of its legitimacy and I try to describe the process of establishing and negotiation of Rome Statute of International Criminal Court.
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