|Appeal Judgement - 18.03.2010||
363. The Appeals Chamber recalls that proof of the existence of a “high level genocidal plan” is not required in order to convict an accused of genocide or for the mode of liability of instigation to commit genocide. Accordingly, the Appeals Chamber finds no error on the part of the Trial Chamber in considering as unnecessary proof of a nexus between the Appellant’s crimes and a national campaign.
 See Semanza Appeal Judgement, para. 260. See also Simba Appeal Judgement, para. 260.
 See Nahimana et al. Appeal Judgement, para. 480.
|Appeal Judgement - 04.12.2001||
KAYISHEMA & RUZINDANA
138. […] [The Trial Chamber] further opined (and the Appeals Chamber agrees) that even though a genocidal plan is not a constituent element of the crime of genocide, the existence of such a plan would be strong evidence of the specific intent requirement for the crime of genocide.
 Ibid. [Trial Judgment], para. 276.
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