Conference Daily Newspaper
9th July 1998
|ICC Mantra: No Time
ROME. Time - the "lack" of it invoked repeatedly by delegations - acquired a decisive weight Wednesday in determining the outcome of the Rome conference on the establishment of an International Criminal Court (ICC).Women See Conference Going Downhill
ROME. Women's groups are painting a bleak picture of the state of play at the Conference, saying negotiations at this crucial stage are chipping away at past gains made in the area of human rights.Annan: Faster, Faster
ROME. United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan reminded the Conference that "time is running short" for solving unresolved questions, in a letter sent Wednesday to the Conference president, Giovanni Conso.Conso: We Need 38 Votes
ROME. The like-minded states are short of 38 votes to achieve the minimum support needed to establish a strong and independent International Criminal Court (ICC), the Conference president, Giovanni Conso, said in an interview with the Roman daily 'Il Corriere della Sera' Wednesday.
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