Updated: 5/28/2020
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  • History1899: Predecessor to the Court is made1920: Court of International Justice is formed1940: Court 's fate is questioned due to War1945: The Court as we know it today is formed
  • One Pending Case: Immunities and Criminal Proceedings (Equatorial Guinea Vs. France)
  • Key MembersPresidentVice PresidentThe 13 other judgesNearly every nation is involved in this court.
  • Rules of the CourtMembers of the Court are of equal statusTerms of the President and Vice President last 3 yearsThe President can not exercise his ability as President if the case involved his country.Judges can't be judges in a case if their nation is involved.Interpreters must make a declarationA request being rejected will not prohibit the party from trying again with new factsThere are an extremely large amount of rules for the Court, these are only some of them.
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