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ICC Structure and Officials
ICC Structure and Officials
The ICC judges exit the Hall of Knights in The Hague following their swearing-in and the inauguration of the Court on 11 March 2003. Credit: ICC-CPI.
This section presents information on the senior officials of the Court, namely the Judges, the Prosecutor and Deputy Prosecutors and the Registrar and Deputy Registrar(s).

In the first section, you will find information about the Judges and the President of the Court, Judge Sang-hyun Song, as well as about the campaigns organized by non-governmental organizations around ICC judicial elections. Since the first election, NGOs have actively monitored the nomination and election of judges of this new international judicial institution.

NGOs campaigned on several levels, including:
- on the procedure for the nomination and election of ICC judges;
- in promoting a transparent selection process leading to the nomination of highly qualified candidates at the national level; and
- in raising awareness about and evaluating the qualifications of candidates.

NGOs also involved the media in the campaign.

In the Prosecutor section, you will find information about the functions of the Prosecutor and Deputy Prosecutors under the Rome Statute, and a background on these officials.

In the Registrar section, you will find information about the functions of the Registrar and Deputy Registrar(s) under the Rome Statute, and a background on these officials.