United Nations Security Council Resolution 1477

United Nations Security Council resolution 1477, adopted unanimously on 29 April 2003, after recalling resolutions 955 (1994), 1165 (1998), 1329 (2000), 1411 (2002) and 1431 (2002), the Council forwarded a list of nominees for permanent judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) to the General Assembly for consideration.[1]

UN Security Council
Resolution 1477
ICTR in Kigali.jpg
ICTR building in Kigali, Rwanda
Date29 April 2003
Meeting no.4,745
CodeS/RES/1477 (Document)
SubjectThe International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Voting summary
  • 15 voted for
  • None voted against
  • None abstained
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members
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The list of 35 nominees received by the Secretary-General Kofi Annan was as follows:

  • Achta Saker Abdoul (Chad)
  • Aydin Sefa Akay (Turkey)
  • Florence Rita Arrey (Cameroon)
  • Abdoulaye Barry (Burkina Faso)
  • Miguel Antonio Bernal (Panama)
  • Solomy Balungi Bossa (Uganda)
  • Robert Fremr (Czech Republic)
  • Silvio Guerra Morales (Panama)
  • Taghreed Hikmat (Jordan)
  • Karin Hökborg (Sweden)
  • Vagn Joensen (Denmark)
  • Gberdao Gustave Kam (Burkina Faso)
  • Joseph-Médard Kaba Kashala Katuala (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
  • Engera A. Kileo (Tanzania)
  • Nathalia P. Kimaro (Tanzania)
  • Agnieszka Klonowiecka-Milart (Poland)
  • Flavia Lattanzi (Italy)
  • Kenneth Machin (United Kingdom)
  • Joseph Edward Chiondo Masanche (Tanzania)
  • Patrick Matibini (Zambia)
  • Edouard Ngarta Mbaïouroum (Chad)
  • Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
  • Tan Sri Dato ’Hj. Mohd. Azmi Dato ’Hj. Kamaruddin (Malaysia)
  • Lee Gacuiga Muthoga (Kenya)
  • Laurent Ngaoundi (Chad)
  • Beradingar Ngonyame (Chad)
  • Daniel David Ntanda Nsereko (Uganda)
  • Seon Ki Park (South Korea)
  • Tatiana Răducanu (Moldova)
  • Mparany Mamy Richard Rajohnson (Madagascar)
  • Edward Mukandara K. Rutakangwa (Tanzania)
  • Emile Francis Short (Ghana)
  • Albertus Henricus Joannes Swart (Netherlands)
  • Xenofon Ulianovschi (Moldova)
  • Aura Emérita Guerra de Villalaz (Panama)

18 of the judges would be selected to serve at the Tribunal, which, at the time, was expected to complete its work in 2008.[2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Security Council forwards 'ad litem' judge nominations for Rwanda tribunal to General Assembly". United Nations. 29 April 2003.
  2. ^ "List of short-term judges for Rwanda tribunal forwarded to General Assembly". United Nations News Centre. 29 April 2003.

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