Which Country Has Withdrawn from the International Criminal Court (Icc) Citing Reasons of International Bias in March 2018? - Legal Reasoning

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Which country has withdrawn from the International Criminal Court (ICC) citing reasons of international bias in March 2018?

Options

  • Burundi

  • Russia

  • South Africa

  • Philippines

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Solution

Philippines

Explanation:

The Philippines president has withdrawn the Philippines from the International Criminal Court after it opened a crime against humanity investigation into his brutal war on drugs. He accused the ICC and the UN against him, denouncing what he described as "baseless, unprecedented and outrageous attacks on my person".

Concept: Criminal Law
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