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Slow, deliberate yet High Court delivers.

Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleManila : Malaya Business Insight, 2021Subject(s): International Criminal Court (ICC) | Supreme Court of the Philippines | Rodrigo DuterteOnline resources: View the Article Summary: Duterte decided to withdraw from the ICC in March, 2018, one month after ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said he was opening a preliminary examination on the bloody conduct of Duterte’s war on illegal drugs. This did not sit well with the President, and the nation officially withdrew from the ICC on March 17, 2019, exactly a year after the United Nations Secretary General received the PH’s notification.
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Duterte decided to withdraw from the ICC in March, 2018, one month after ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said he was opening a preliminary examination on the bloody conduct of Duterte’s war on illegal drugs. This did not sit well with the President, and the nation officially withdrew from the ICC on March 17, 2019, exactly a year after the United Nations Secretary General received the PH’s notification.

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