Ugandan Judge Elected to International Criminal Court
After four rounds of voting in the ongoing election to the International Criminal Court, Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa has been elected to be a judge at the Hague-based court. Japan and Peru's candidates Tomoko Akane and Banez Carranza Luz Del Carmen were the first to be elected. Six places are being filled.
Monitor, 5 December 2017
The Assembly of the State Parties sitting in New York, the United States, on Tuesday elected Justice Solome Bossa, a judge of Uganda's Court of Appeal, as ICC judge after four… Read more »
Justice Solome Bossa, second left, poses in New York on Tuesday with Uganda's Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Adonia Ayebare, second right, and Mirjam Blaak, Uganda's envoy to the European Union.
Monitor, 7 December 2017
Yesterday Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa won a gruelling round to the International Criminal Court for a nine-year term. She joins Justice Julia Ssebutinde at The Hague whose term at… Read more »
Independent (Kampala), 6 December 2017
After four rounds of voting in the ongoing judicial election to the International Criminal Court (ICC), Justice Solomy Balungi Bossa has been elected to be a judge at the… Read more »
Today's African opposition represents a crisis for the 15-year-old court. But it's also a symptom of a deeper dilemma faced by the ICC: how to enforce international criminal law ... Read more »