Bush Administration Reports Skepticism to Congress on Establishing a Permanent International Criminal Court, But More Positive on One for the Persian Gulf Crimes

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Tuesday, October 1, 1991
The Bush Administration in a report to Congress on the feasibility of establishing an international criminal court required pursuant to P.I. 101-513 has stated that it has become “increasingly skeptical about whether achieving consensus on the numerous issues associated with the establishment of such a court would ever be possible, especially in light of the divergence of opinion among the international community on various aspects of international criminal law.”