United Nations Security Council Resolution 1512
|UN Security Council
Bullet holes from the Rwandan genocide
|Date||27 October 2003|
|Subject||The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda|
|15 voted for
None voted against
|Security Council composition|
United Nations Security Council resolution 1512, adopted unanimously on 27 October 2003, after recalling resolutions 955 (1994), 1165 (1998), 1329 (2000), 1411 (2002), 1431 (2002) and 1503 (2003) on Rwanda, the Council increased the number of temporary judges serving at the same time at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) from four to nine.
The Security Council was convinced of the need to increase the powers of temporary judges at the ICTR so that they may adjudicate in pre-trial proceedings in other cases in addition to their own trials. Furthermore, the number of temporary judges appointed at any one time would also be increased to ensure the completion of all trial activities at first instance by the end of 2008. Acting under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, the relevant changes were made to the Statute of the ICTR.
- "Security Council amends statute of Rwanda tribunal, increasing number of ad litem judges to nine". United Nations. 27 October 2003.
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