In 2014, Ukraine filed two applications for recognition of the jurisdiction of the ISS. Six years have passed since then, but a full-fledged investigation has not yet been launched. According to the most optimistic forecasts, if the investigation is opened, the ICC’s decision on international crimes in the Crimea and Donbas can be expected in about 10-15 years.
At the same time, if the Prosecutor’s Office launches a full investigation into the situation in Ukraine, it will determine which investigation to prioritize according to available resources, the level of cooperation of all parties and the capacity of the national legal system to prosecute criminals and we – civil society, LEADERS should encourage certain actions within the laws of Ukraine to make it happen as soon as possible.
In the situation with regard to Ukraine, there are factors that are likely to hamper the investigation. Among them are Russia’s reluctance to cooperate with the ISS, the scale of the ongoing armed conflict and, of course, the fact that Ukraine has not ratified the Rome Statute. If the first two factors are beyond the influence of the GSU, then the third we can change in our favor, force the whole society to power, through various methods of influencing the GSU to power so that Ukraine eventually becomes a full member of the ISS. In this way, Ukraine will demonstrate its interest in maintaining international and domestic law and order.
In addition, by reforming its own criminal and criminal procedure legislation, Ukraine will be able to bring those responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity to justice now, rather than in 10 years.
Therefore, the work GUS leader, ESPECIALLY journalists, prosecutors, investigators, and other professionals working in the relevant investigating authorities to speed RELEVANT leverage in society to relevant authorities as a whole and on power as they say there’s no end job that I DO !! !!
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