International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT)
Mécanisme international appelé à exercer les fonctions résiduelles des Tribunaux pénaux (MIFRTP)
Established by Resolution 1966 (2010) of E-XE3376 - United Nations Security Council (UNSC), as a body to continue the jurisdiction, rights, obligations and essential functions of H-XF2659 - International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and H-XF3645 - International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) following the completion of their respective mandates. Branch covering functions inherited from ICTR is located in Arusha (Tanzania UR) and commenced functioning 1 Jul 2012. Branch covering functions inherited from ICTY is located in The Hague (Netherlands) and commenced functioning 1 Jul 2013.
Perform essential functions inherited from ICTR and ICTY; locate, arrest and ensure the trial of eight ICTR accused still at large; conduct appeals proceeding originating from ICTR, ICTY and MICT cases; conduct re-trials of ICTR, ICTY and MICT cases; ensure the protection of ICTR, ICTY and MICT victims and witnesses; supervise enforcement of ICTR, ICTY and MICT sentences; provide assistance to national jurisdictions and preserve and manage the ICTR, ICTY and MICT archives.
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Chambers; Office of the Prosecutor; Registry. Branch inherited from ICTY with seat in The Hague (Netherlands); Branch inherited from ICTR with seat in Arusha (Tanzania UR). Common to both branches: President; Prosecutor; Registrar; Independent Judges (25).
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