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"[This book] examines the judgments of the trials held under a domestic legislation, which is uniquely distinct from international or hybrid trials of international crimes...The author shows how the national law and judgments can act as a conduit to import international law to enrich and harmonise the domestic law of Bangladesh; and whether the Bangladesh experience (a) creates any precedential effect for such trials in the future; (b) offers any lessons for the ICC complementarity; and (c) contributes to the progressive development of Asian and international criminal jurisprudence."-- Back cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 477-502) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Transitional justice in Bangladesh : a background profile The legal regime of the trial : the International Crimes Tribunals Act 1973 The substantive law of the ICT jurisdiction Crimes against humanity Genocide and crimes against peace War crimes and violations of international humanitarian law Crimes of rape and sexual violence in armed conflicts Accessorial crimes : complicity, aiding, abetting, and incitement/instigation The liability regime : modes of criminal responsibility The procedural rules of the ICT trials Prosecutorial strategies in charge framing and proving before the ICTs Defence responses to rebut charges before teh ICTs The trial, appeal, and review judgments : immunities, convictions, and sentencing $t Procedural standard and due process in the ICT trials Complementarity between international and national criminal justice : the ICT trials in context Transitional justice in Bangladesh : significance, legacy, and contribution.
KNG4545 .I85 2019
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Online version: Islam, M. Rafiqul, 1979-, author. National trials of international crimes in Bangladesh Leiden : Brill Nijhoff, 2019
Leiden, The Netherlands : Brill Nijhoff,