The International Criminal Court (ICC) joins with the
people of South Africa, the African Continent and as well as the international
community in mourning the passing of Mr Nelson Mandela, former President of the
Republic of South Africa and a global voice for justice and equality.
On 5 December 2013, Jean-Jacques Mangenda Kabongo
appeared before the single Judge of Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International
Criminal Court (ICC), Judge Cuno Tarfusser, at the seat of the ICC in The Hague
(The Netherlands). He is suspected of offences against the administration of
justice allegedly committed in connection with the case The Prosecutor v.
Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo.
4 December 2013, the Presidency of the International Criminal Court
("ICC") approved a broad series of amendments to the Regulations of
the Registry (“Regulations”), which address practical arrangements for judicial
proceedings and the operation of the Registry. The amendments are intended to
expedite the ICC's proceedings in light of the developing practice of the
initial appearance of Jean-Jacques Mangenda Kabongo before
the single Judge of the Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal
Court (ICC), Judge Cuno Tarfusser, is scheduled for Thursday
5 December 2013, at 10:00 (The
Hague local time). Jean-Jacques Mangenda Kabongo was arrested in The Netherlands
on 23 November 2013 by the Dutch authorities and transferred to the ICC
detention centre on 4 December 2013.
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