Order#: 512824 Topic: The Reckoning: The battle for the International Criminal court The Reckoning, a documentary in English produced in US in the year 2009, has a running time of 95m, and should set the world class legal luminaries and politicians thinking…
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ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo makes relentless efforts “for 3 years across four continents, and he and his team are on the job to issue arrest warrants for Lord’s Resistance Army leaders in Uganda.”(Skylight….) They are out to put Congolese warlords on trial. They apply legal force on the UN Security Council to book Sudan’s President to justice for the Darfur massacres. Even after getting the mandate Moreno-Ocamps has no appropriate force to execute it. The fact that such a Court has been established must provide push to the national judiciary to scrutinize the cases with zeal and with a sense of responsibility with the awareness that there is a forum over their authority to watch their performance and to dispense justice. Personal feedback We often come across the judicial systems which act subservient to the autocrat ruling regimes and are not willing to uphold the rule of law. The movie throws light, how an independent Criminal Court is necessary at the international level to dispense true justice, howsoever big may be the perpetrators of crimes. The main problem with the ICC is many nations are not signatories to the treaty for its establishment and operation. The documentary is an eye-opener for dictators and autocrats that no one can escape the rule of law.
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