Rwanda, Sierra Leon, Syria, former Yugoslavia, and Sudan need I continue. These countries have one thing in common they don’t have a law system that can function properly to get rid of their dictators or war generals or terrorist organizations who have caused strife in their country. They can’t do this because they could have high ranking officials or other people who have bribed officials and this means that they will never be put in jail at home. In the case of Rwanda there whole country has been torn up by a mad man. The country is in such a bad state, Therefore the country has no system in place to prosecute these men
Yes, this would be a good thing that would let the countries catch people who go across borders and commit crimes, and it would let them judge them and give them a punishment based on all of the countries opinions that are in the court, and would be a good thing.
I personally think that this would be a good thing that would let the countries catch people who go across borders and commit crimes, and it would let them judge them and give them a punishment based on all of the countries opinions that are in the court, and would be a good thing.
Plus, the bureaucracy of an international court would be very hard to keep up with. It would be very hard for leaders around the world to come to consensus of how exactly the international court system would work. It is just better for each country to make their own court system. It is easier to keep track of and fund those types of court systems.
I think that if there were ever an International Criminal Court, it would cause a lot of problems and issues. I think that a country should be able to govern and impose laws in terms of said country. If there were an international court, countries would have a difference of beliefs in terms of how justice should be served.
An international court would just take away a countries rights to decide for themselves. As an American, I would not want to give away my liberties to some jurisdiction that is not held to American laws. An international court would just be a bunch of red tape and pencil pushers.