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The Hidden Histories of War Crimes Trials$

Kevin Heller and Gerry Simpson

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199671144

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199671144.001.0001

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(p.xxi) Table of Legislation

(p.xxi) Table of Legislation

Source:
The Hidden Histories of War Crimes Trials
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Oxford University Press

Argentina

  • Ley de Obediencia Debida 1987 371, 373

  • Ley de Punto Final 1986 371, 373

Australia

Bangladesh

  • International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973 77

Cambodia

  • Law on the Establishment of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia for the Prosecution of Crimes Committed During the Period of Democratic Kampuchea (as amended 27 October 2004) Ch XIX 289

China

  • Law Governing the Trial of War Criminals 24 October 1946 391, 399

Council of Europe

  • European Convention on Extradition 279

  • European Convention on Human Rights, 149

East Timor

  • United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor, Regulation No. 2000/15 on the Establishment of Panels with Exclusive Jurisdiction over Serious Criminal Offences (6 June 2000) 290

Estonia

  • Act on the Criminal Liability of Persons Who Have Committed Crimes against Humanity or War Crimes in Estonia], 9 November 1994, Riigi Teataja I 1994 256

  • Criminal Code 262

  • Pact of Mutual Assistance, Estonia– USSR, signed at Moscow, 28 September 1939, in force 4 October 1939 249

  • Treaty of Peace, Estonia–Russian SFSR, signed at Dorpat [Tartu], 2 February 1920, in force 30 March 1920 248

Ethiopia

  • Constitution 300, 316

  • Civil Code

  • Criminal Code of the Empire of Ethiopia 1957 303

  • Criminal Procedure Code

  • Penal Code of the Empire of Ethiopia 1957 323

  • (p.xxii) Penal Code of the Empire of Ethiopia 1957 (cont.): 323

  • Proclamation Establishing the Office of the Special Prosecutor (8 August 1992), Proclamation No 22/1992 310, 311

  • Provisional Military Government of Ethiopia, Proclamation No. 1/1967 308

  • Provisional Military Government of Ethiopia, Proclamation No. 121/1977 308, 313

Finland

  • Constitution 437

  • Supreme Court of Finland, decision 2008:94 443

  • Treaty of Peace, Finland–Russian SFSR, signed at Dorpat [Tartu], 14 October 1920 248

France

  • Acte constitutionnel no 5 du 30 juillet 1940 relatif à la Cour suprême de justice 127

  • Code d’instruction criminelle de 1808 72–3

  • Code penal de 1810

    • Art 296 71

    • Art 434 71

  • Constitution of the Third Republic 127

  • Criminal Code 126, 131

  • Declaration of the Rights of Men and of the Citizens 1789

  • Law of Collective Responsibility 1948 142, 148, 152, 155–6

  • Loi du 24 février 1875 relative à l’organisation du Sénat

Germany

  • Code of Criminal Procedure

  • Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Demarcation, Germany–USSR, signed at Moscow, 28 September 1939 249

  • Treaty of Non-Aggression, Germany– USSR, signed at Moscow, 23 August 1939 249

Hungary

  • Criminal Code 240, 245

  • Art 296(c) 245

  • Fundamental Law of Hungary 2012 245–6

  • Law No IV of 1978 on the Criminal Code of Hungary 231

  • Law No v of 1961 on the Criminal Code of Hungary 231

  • Law No XX of 1949 on The Constitution of the Republic of Hungary

  • Law No XC of 1993 on the Procedure Applicable for Certain Criminal Offences Committed in the Course of the Revolution and War of Independence

  • Law No CCX of 2011 on the Punishability and the Exclusion of the Statute of Limitations of Crimes Against Humanity and on the Prosecution of Certain Crimes Committed During the Communist Dictatorship 246

  • Official Compilation of Penal Regulations in Force 1952 231

  • Procedure to Follow in Case of Certain Crimes Committed During the 1956 War of Independence and Revolution 232

International Committee of the Red Cross

  • Geneva Convention 1929 208

  • Geneva Conventions 1949 276

  • Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field 1949

    • (p.xxiii) Art 50 234

  • Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea

  • Geneva Convention III Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War 1949

  • Geneva Convention IV Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War 1949

  • Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts 1978

    • Art 50(1) 257

  • Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 and Relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts 1978 235, 240

International Criminal Court

Nuremberg

International Military Tribunal of the Far East

  • Charter

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

  • International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Statute

Iraq

  • Statute of the Iraqi Special Tribunal 290

(p.xxiv) Italy

  • Constitution

  • Italian Military Criminal Code Applicable in Time of War

Latvia

  • Criminal Code 261

  • Pact of Mutual Assistance, Latvia– USSR, signed at Moscow, 5 October 1939, in force 11 October 1939 249

  • Treaty of Peace, Latvia–Russian SFSR, signed at Riga, 11 August 1920 248

League of Nations

  • Treaty of Versailles 1919 5 15

    • Art 227 17

Lithuania

  • Criminal Code

  • Criminal Code 2001 7

  • Law on the Responsibility for the Genocide of the Population of Lithuania], 9 April 1992, No. I-2477,Valstybės žinios (1992), No. 13 342

  • Law On Compensation for the Damage Inflicted by the USSR Occupation (Wording of 12 March 1998) 255

  • Law On Liability for Genocide of Residents of Lithuania (Wording of 9 April 1992 with Subsequent Amendments) with the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania 255

  • Law On Restoring the Rights of Persons Repressed for Resistance Against the Occupation Regimes (Wording of 12 March 1998) 255

  • Pact of Mutual Assistance, Lithuania– USSR, signed at Moscow, 10 October 1939 249

  • Treaty of Peace, Lithuania–Russian SFSR, signed at Moscow, 12 July 1920 248

Norway

Poland

  • Decree of 31 August 1944 417, 418

Siam

  • Royal Decree Instituting a Special and Temporary Court for the Trial of the Affairs of Tong-Xieng-Kham and Keng-Chek (Kham-Muon) 1894 58–9, 61

Sierra Leone

  • Statute of the Special Court for Sierra Leone 289

Turkey

  • Criminal Procedure Code 86, 296

  • Law No 80/271 99

  • Ottoman Constitution 86

  • Ottoman Military Code

  • Ottoman Penal Code 87

  • Regulations on Martial Law 1877 86

  • Temporary Law of Deportation 1915 82, 90, 296

  • Temporary Law of Expropriation and Confiscation 1915 82

(p.xxv) Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

  • Criminal Code 1926

  • Criminal Code 1961

United Nations

  • Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Sierra Leone on the Establishment of a Special Court for Sierra Leone (16 January 2002) 290

  • Agreement between the United Nations and the Royal Government of Cambodia Concerning the Prosecution under Cambodian Law of Crimes Committed During the Period of Democratic Kampuchea (6 June 2003) 289

  • Charter 427, 446

  • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, entered into force 12 January 1951 256

  • Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity 754 UNTS 73, entered into force 11 November 1970 233, 239, 254

  • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide 412

  • Convention Relating to the International Status of Refugees, signed 28 October 1933, 159 UNTS 199 119

  • Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

  • Draft Convention for the Establishment of a United Nations War Crimes Court (30 September 1944) 74

  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted 10 December 1948, G.A. Res 1386 (XIV) 126, 149

United States of America

  • Alien Enemy Act 1798 206

  • Constitution 193, 201–2

    • 5th Amendment 4, 194

    • 6th Amendment 203

  • Habeas Corpus Act 1867 202

  • Instruction for the Government of the Armies of the United States in the Field (Lieber Code)

  • Military Commission Act 2006 195, 211

  • Military Commission Act 2009 195, 211

Other

  • Act of Military Surrender (Reims) 1944

  • Bonn Agreement 1961, 221, 226

  • Franco-Siamese Convention 1893 60, 70

  • Hague Convention 1907, 293

  • Hague Regulations 258

    • Art 23(b) 261

  • Moscow Armistice 1944 433

  • Moscow Declaration 1943 417

  • Moscow Peace Treaty 1940 432, 439, 440

  • Paris Peace Treaties 1947 221, 226, 433

  • Potsdam Agreement 1945

  • Project of an International Declaration Concerning the Laws and Customs of War 1874 (Brussels Declaration)

    • Art 13 71

  • Treaty of Lausanne 1923 84, 295

  • Treaty of Sèvres 1920 15, 294

    • Art 144 83

    • Art 226 295

    • Art 228 83

    • Art 230 83 295

  • Tripartite Pact 434

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