08 MAR 2002

Mexico: Regional conference on ratification and domestic implementation of the Statute of the International Criminal Court

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  • Closing Ceremony

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  • Solemn opening ceremony

    <p><strong>International criminal court: Mexico schedules its internal debate for next week while other three countries, Macedonia, Cyprus and Mauritius deposit their instruments of ratification</strong><p>Mexico City, 7-8 March 2002 - At the opening ceremony of the Latin American regional Conference on the International Criminal Court (ICC) organized by No Peace Without Justice (NPWJ) in conjunction with the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the Aegis of the Spanish Presidency of the European Union, Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda announced his Government resolve to "belong to the first 60 ratifying countries in order to participate with a voice and a vote in the process of the entry into force of the Court". Mr. Castañeda´s declaration follows a statement issued by President Fox in which he spelled out Mexico full support of the prompt coming into existence of the Court.<p>Over the last few years, Mexico has become party to several international human rights instruments. The ratification of the ICC Rome Statute will hence be part of a wider reform process.<p>In her inaugural address, Emma Bonino, MEP, founder of NPWJ, emphasized the importance of the presence of Mexico among the "founding fathers" of the permanent court for its regional political as well as juridical leadership role. Ms. Bonino also urged all Mexican political parties to set aside their national disputes and work together towards the ratification of a treaty that covers the most heinous violations of human dignity.<p>After recalling the fundamental phases of the international mobilization that for the last decade has accompanied the drafting and adoption of the Rome Treaty and is now working to obtain the 60 needed ratifications of the ICC Statute, Emma Bonino stressed the importance to maintain a dialogue with those countries that will not belong to the group of states that will create the Court, namely the U.S. and the Arab world. In February, Ms. Bonino chaired a meeting organized by NPWJ entirely dedicated to Mediterranean countries.<p>In concluding her intervention, Ms. Bonino announced the 53rd ratification by Macedonia. The news of two more ratifications, namely Mauritius and Cyprus, arrived immediately after a video message by Mr. Hans Corell, UN Legal Counsel. <p>
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  • The obligations of State Parties under the ICC Rome Statute (II)

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  • The involvement of Non-State Actors

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  • Introduction to the International Criminal Court and its entry into force (II)

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  • The obligations of State Parties under the ICC Rome Statute (I)

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  • Introduction to the International Criminal Court and its entry into force (I)

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  • The Statute of the ICC and the Mexican Legal System

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