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DEN HAAG | 14.09.2016.

SERBIA CONTINUES WITH NON-COMPLIANCE AND OBSTRUCTION

The Trial Chamber hearing the case against the three Serbian Radical Party members who have been indicted for contempt of court has informed the Tribunal’s President that Serbia continues pursuing its policy of non-compliance, thus obstructing the administration of justice
Den Haag | 30.08.2016.

PROSECUTION: CONVICT OR RETRY SESELJ

In the appellate brief, the prosecution asks the Appeals Chamber to reverse the ‘vitiated’ first-instance judgment in the Vojislav Seselj case, and to convict him of war crimes and crimes against humanity. According to the prosecution, 28 years in prison would be an appropriate sentence. Alternatively, the prosecution wants the Serbian Radical Party leader to be retried
DEN HAAG | 11.07.2016.

DEADLINES SET FOR APPEAL AGAINST VOJISLAV SESELJ'S JUDGMENT

According to an order issued by the pre-appellate judge Theodor Meron, Vojislav Seselj will have 80 days from the date he receives the Serbian version of his judgment to read it and re-spond to the prosecution's appellate brief
Den Haag | 10.05.2016.

APPEALS CHAMBER APPOINTED IN VOJISLAV SESELJ’S CASE

President of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals Judge Meron apointed the Appeals Chamber which will deal with the prosecution's appeal the acquittal of the Serbian Radical Party leader. Presided by US Judge Meron the chamber will include judges from Great Britain, Portugal, Kenya and Cameroon
DEN HAAG | 02.05.2016.

PROSECUTION WANTS APPEALS JUDGES TO REVERSE SESELJ’S ‘VITIATED’ JUDGMENT

In the notice of appeal against the acquittal of the Serbian Radical Party leader, the prosecution urges the Appeals Chamber to reverse the Trial Chamber’s ‘vitiated’ judgment. The prosecution calls on the appellate judges to find the accused guilty and to impose an adequate sentence or, alternatively, to order a re-trial
DEN HAAG | 31.03.2016.

CHIEF PROSECUTOR: WITNESSES AND EVIDENCE TAMPERED WITH

A number of factual and legal findings made by the majority of judges in the Trial Chamber, which acquitted Vojislav Seselj today, mark a departure from the Tribunal’s established jurisprudence, chief prosecutor Brammertz said after the verdict. We are considering the grounds for appeal against the judgment, Brammertz said
28.03.2016.
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THE FIRST “JUDGMENT IN ABSENTIA”

Despite the fact that the Tribunal’s Statute doesn’t allow trials in the absence of the accused, on Thursday, Judge Antonetti’s Trial Chamber will render its judgment in the case against Vojislav Seselj in his absence.
DEN HAAG | 16.03.2016.

TRIBUNAL BOWS TO VOJISLAV SESELJ'S WISHES FOR THE THIRD TIME

The Trial Chamber has decided not to order the Serb authorities to take all necessary measures to ensure the accused is back in The Hague to hear his verdict. If Seselj is willing to follow the proceedings via video link, the Trial Chamber will be happy to organize it
DEN HAAG | 25.02.2016.

BELGRADE UNWILLING TO SHARE ‘CONFIDENTIAL DETAILS’ WITH TRIBUNAL

Serbia’s representative has informed the Trial Chamber that he is not authorized to share with the judges the confidential details related to the serious problems caused by the arrest warrant for the ‘three members of the Serbian Radical Party’ who have been charged with contempt of court.

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