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In Defense of Process: Why States Should Not Nominate New Candidates for ICC Prosecutor

This article by Evelyn A. Ankumah, the Executive Director of Africa Legal Aid (AFLA) and James Goldston, the Executive Director of the Open Society Justice Initiative, defends the current election process for a new International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor. It vividly describes the process, highlighting its transparency and argues that the nomination process should not be done by states thereby 'prioritizing merit over politics.

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