Individuals acting in their private capacity
|Judgement on Request of Croatia for Review - 29.10.1997||
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48. The spirit and purpose of the Statute, as well as the aforementioned provisions, confer on the International Tribunal an incidental or ancillary jurisdiction over individuals other than those whom the International Tribunal may prosecute and try. These are individuals who may be of assistance in the task of dispensing criminal justice entrusted to the International Tribunal. Furthermore, as stated above, Article 29 also imposes upon States an obligation to take action required by the International Tribunal vis-à-vis individuals subject to their jurisdiction.
See also para. 47; paras 50-51 on the meaning of “individuals acting in their private capacity”; and paras 55-56 on the modalities of how to address these individuals.
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