ICC - Appeals Chamber will deliver two judgments in the Lubanga case
Appeals Chamber will deliver two judgments in the Lubanga case
Situation: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Case: The Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo
Please be advised that on 11 July 2008, the Appeals Chamber will convene a hearing in the Lubanga case, at 15:00, in Courtroom I.
The purpose of this hearing is to deliver, in open court, judgments in:
- the appeals of the Prosecutor and the Defence against the decision of Trial Chamber I entitled “Decision on Victims’ participation” of 18 January 2008; and
- the appeal of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo pursuant to the decision of Trial Chamber I of 6 March 2008, entitled “Decision on the Defence request for leave to appeal the Oral Decision on redactions and disclosure of 18 January 2008”.
All journalists or other persons wishing to attend this status conference are welcome. No confirmation is required.
The courtroom proceedings can be followed on the ICC website at:
- English: http://livestream.xs4all.nl/icc1.asx
- French: http://livestream.xs4all.nl/icc2.asx
Please note this hearing will be live and there will not be a delay transmission.
N.B. All hours noted refer to local time in The Hague.
For further information please contact Ms Sonia Robla, Head of Public Information and Documentation Section at +31 (0)70 515-8089 or +31 (0) 646448726 or at [email protected]