Palestine and the International Criminal Court
Palestine and the International Criminal Court
Seada Hussein Adem
Springer-T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague, 2019, xii + 228 pp. ISBN 978-94-6265-290-3
Craig D Gaver
Since 1974, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) had been granted the status of an observer entity with limited participatory rights within the United Nations system—a designation previously afforded only to non-member States and international organisations. In 1988, the UN General Assembly shifted that designation from the PLO to Palestine and granted it slightly more rights, such as the right to circulate documents. The General Assembly upgraded Palestine’s status in 1998, allowing it to participate more fully within the United Nations system, excluding the right to vote.

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