Worldwide: Seven women to serve on the International Criminal Court
Source:Women's Caucus for Gender Justice
After 33 rounds of balloting, 18 judges have finally been elected to the International Criminal Court.
The panel of judges includes 7 women, an unprecedented and historic development. Our thanks and congratulations to all those who helped advocate for a fair representation of women in this process and for the election of judges with the highest qualifications and integrity!
Submitted on Mon, 02/10/2003 - 01:00
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