Ayodeji Fadugba
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using the ICTR as a template for future courts


Yeah, I think for anyone in my role, I would say that first, well, it doesn’t always happen that you learn from other people’s experience. People prefer to make their own mistakes but I think, I should think that if there was going to be this kind of institution in the future, that there is a template.
You shouldn’t have to start from the, from the very beginning. You should be able to (__) – I’m not saying take what ICTR does and conform to it. I’m saying look at what ICTR has done, look at how they got there and see what you can do, what you can adopt and what you really don’t want to implement. But nobody should be starting from zero point of view because I think that we’ve, we have done it.
The ICTR, Y has done it. So you can begin to have a template from which you can operate, even if the, it is the UN starting who’s their, their institution or let’s say it’s a, a country who wants to start a prosecutions of this type. There is a template that can serve as, as a starting point.
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Interview Date:
October 23, 2008
Arusha, Tanzania
Lisa P. Nathan
John McKay
Max Andrews
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Part 5
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Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal team