Inés Weinberg de Roca
speaks on ...
location and localization of judges

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First, I think that the tribunal should in principle be in the location where the crimes occurred. Even if it cannot be done immediately, I think it’s worthwhile to wait a couple of years and set the tribunal at that place. Also I think it’s important to have local judges involved; not international judges alone.
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I think that possibly the Sierra Leone and Cambodia solutions might prove to be better, because it’s not a justice imposed from outside, but a justice which, in which the local judges or the l-, the l-, domestic courts intervene. I think that is important, because it also s-, serves then as a model for the local courts.
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Country of Origin:
Argentina
Interview Date:
October 28, 2008
Location:
Arusha, Tanzania
Interviewers:
Robert Utter
Donald J Horowitz
Videographer:
Max Andrews
Excerpt From:
Part 3
Submitted By:
Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal team