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ICTY Weekly Press Briefing - 8th Jul 2004

ICTY Weekly Press Briefing

note that this is not a verbatim transcript of the Press Briefing.
It is merely a summary.

ICTY Weekly Press Briefing

Date: 08.07.2004

Time: 12.00 p.m.

Registry and Chambers:

Jim Landale, Spokesman for Registry and Chambers,
made the following statement:

Good afternoon,

The Defence Case in the Milosevic trial is now
scheduled to commence this Wednesday 14 July at 9 a.m. in Courtroom
I, subject to the health of the accused. The trial is scheduled
to run on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week from 9 to
1.45 p.m. The following week it will run from Monday 19 July to
Wednesday 21 July at the same times. The trial will then be adjourned
until Tuesday 31 August 2004. We will keep you informed of any changes
to that schedule.

The period for media to accredit themselves for
the start of the Milosevic Defence Case starts at 1 p.m. this afternoon
and comes to an end at 3 p.m. on Monday 12 July. The list of journalists
granted accreditation will be posted on our website at around 5.30
p.m. on Monday, so those of you who are granted a place in the public
gallery can pick up tickets at the advertised times. I would make
a plea for those who can to pick up their tickets on Tuesday to
do so and avoid a last minute rush on Wednesday morning.

As you all should also be aware, this afternoon,
the initial appearance for Mirko Norac will be held at 4 p.m. in
Courtroom I. All media are welcome to attend.

On behalf of the Tribunal’s Outreach Programme:

Chambers and OTP representatives of the ICTY took part in the third
and final session of the first group of seminars for Croatian Judges
and Prosecutors involved in war crimes cases, held near Zagreb on
Friday and Saturday, 2 and 3 July. The second group of sessions
is scheduled to run between September and October.

The programme was organised at the initiative of the Croatian Ministry
of Justice and has been supported by ICTY Outreach, in accordance
with the Tribunal's mandate to assist in strengthening the capacity
of local judiciaries to handle war crimes cases.

At the last session, the participants conducted a mock trial based
on a hypothetical factual scenario, thus putting into practice many
of the legal concepts discussed in the first two sessions.

A principal aim of the seminars is to compare the
Croatian legal system to the rules that apply in international law
and at the ICTY, so as to better identify all the relevant issues
for conducting war crimes trials in Croatia, whether those trials
are brought before local courts as a result of local investigations,
or on the basis of information and evidentiary materials provided
by the ICTY OTP to the Croatian State Prosecutors’ Office, or as
a result of the possible transfer of ICTY cases involving intermediary
and lower level accused in accordance with Rule 11 bis of
the Tribunal’s Rules of Procedure and Evidence.

In terms of the remainder of the court schedule:

There will be a status conference in The Prosecutor
v. Mitar Rasevic
tomorrow, Friday 9 July at 9 a.m in Courtroom

There will be a status conference in The Prosecutor
v. Radovan Stankovic
on 15 July at 3 p.m. in Courtroom II.

Finally, I understand that the ADC will give a
briefing after this.

also the latest ADC-ICTY press briefing.

Office of the Prosecution:

Florence Hartmann, Spokesperson for the Office
of the Prosecutor made no statement.


Asked for an update on Mirko Norac’s travel
to The Hague, Landale declined to comment, but said he would confirm
once Norac was in the Tribunal’s custody.

A question was asked whether there had been any news regarding
the request made by the Appeals Chamber in the Krstic case to the
Prosecution to investigate their disclosure practice in light of
the allegations of misconduct made against them. Hartmann replied
that she would have to check on this.

Press Briefing documents:

The Prosecutor v. Slobodan Milosevic

6 July 2004 "Order On Future Conduct Of The

The Prosecutor v.Pavle Strugar

6 July 2004 "Decision On The Defence Motion
To Admit Evidence Via Video-Conference Link."

6 July 2004 "Prosecution’s Notice To Cross-Examine
Defence Experts."

1 July 2004 "Defence Submission."

The Prosecutor v.Stanislav Galic

6 July 2004 "Requette En Reconsideration." FRENCH TRANSLATION

The Prosecutor v. Prlic,Stojic,Praljak,Petkovic,Couric,
and Pusic

5 July 2004 "Defence Request For Leave To
Reply To Prosecution’s response To The Accused Valentin Coric’s
Application For Provisional Release."

The Prosecutor v. Milan Martic

1 July 2004 "Decision On Defence’s Motion
For Review Of Registrar’s Decision Not To Rank The Case To Level
III Complexity."

The Prosecutor v.Sefer Halilovic

6 July 2004 "Defence response To Motion For
Leave To Disclose Rule 68 And 66(A) Material And Renewed Motion
To Stop Investigation And For Other Relief."

The Prosecutor v. Jovica Stanisic

29 June 2004 "Decision Of The Registry On
Assignment Of Counsel And the Extent To Which The accused Is Able
To Remunerate Counsel."

The Prosecutor v. Dragan Nikolic

30 June 2004 "Appellant’s Brief In Support
Of Appeal Against Sentence."

The Prosecutor v. Enver Hadzihasanovic and
Amir Kubura

2 July 2004 "Prosecution’s Submissions Concerning Armed Conflict
And Elements Of Crimes."