|Title||An International Criminal Court: Applying World Law to Individuals|
|Year of Publication||1992|
This monograph discusses World Federalist proposal for an International Criminal Court, including particulars regarding composition & election of Judges, jurisdiction, trial procedures, imposition of penalties and mode of appeal. (With supplement on 1998 Rome statute) - 70 pages.
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Excerpts from Mr. MacPherson's Conclusions:
(Excerpts taken from page 49 of Monograph 10)
[Note: The Rome Statute providing for an International Criminal Court (ICC) was adopted in 1998 and came into force on July 1, 2002. Subsequently 18 judges have been elected and a prosecutor has been appointed by the Conference of the Parties. ]