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Argument: ICC has advanced provision for reparations and non-repetition

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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.amnestyusa.org/international_justice/pdf/IJA_Factsheet_1_International_Criminal_Court.pdf Amnesty International. The International Criminal Court, Fact Sheet] - "the Statute [of the ICC] contains advanced provisions for the protection of victims from retraumatization, and the Court may order a convicted person to provide reparation, in the form of compensation, restitution, rehabilitation, satisfaction, guarantees of non-repetition and any other type of reparation the Court deems appropriate." [http://www.amnestyusa.org/international_justice/pdf/IJA_Factsheet_1_International_Criminal_Court.pdf Amnesty International. The International Criminal Court, Fact Sheet] - "the Statute [of the ICC] contains advanced provisions for the protection of victims from retraumatization, and the Court may order a convicted person to provide reparation, in the form of compensation, restitution, rehabilitation, satisfaction, guarantees of non-repetition and any other type of reparation the Court deems appropriate."

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Amnesty International. The International Criminal Court, Fact Sheet - "the Statute [of the ICC] contains advanced provisions for the protection of victims from retraumatization, and the Court may order a convicted person to provide reparation, in the form of compensation, restitution, rehabilitation, satisfaction, guarantees of non-repetition and any other type of reparation the Court deems appropriate."

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