THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT: A CRITICAL STEP IN THE PATH TOWARDS GLOBAL GOVERNANCE.

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This research project examines on the role the ICC has played and is still playing in the international system in an attempt to unify the globe and enhance good governance. It highlights the crimes that the Court has had trials through which it has helped bring justice to the victims. It also focuses on what the Court could do for the international community if given the power to exercise and enforce international law with the help of the international community. The Court’s does not have the jurisdiction to convict dome of the crimes that have been committed and this interferes with the Court’s effective functioning. Is explores the quest for justice for the victims of the crimes that are committed. This paper further focuses on the role the Court could potentially play in bringing justice to the victims of these crimes. it also looks at the additional powers the Court could require to achieve such a mandate.

Second hand data collection has been used in this study, this is the most effective method of data collection for this paper because it gives a wide range of data and different views from different authors. Documents have also been used. This is because they are easily accessible to the public and most of the public institutions. These documents contain facts given by different authors. 

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