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4th Session
4th Session
The Assembly of States Parties (ASP) met for the first time in The Hague, The Netherlands during its Third Session in September 2004. Credit: ICC-CPI / Wim Van Cappellen.
The Fourth Session of the Assembly of States Parties took place in The Hague from 28 November - 3 December 2005. The ASP discussed and adopted the draft regulations of the Trust Fund for Victims, the 2006 budget, the draft Code of Professional Conduct for Counsel, created the ICC liaison office in New York, and continued their negotiations of the Crime of Aggression . The ASP will also elected a new Bureau for 2005-2008.

On 26-27 January 2006, during a resumed meeting of its fourth session, the Assembly of States Parties will elect six judges.
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
03 Dec 2005
Statement of Finland, delivered by Mr. Tapio Puurunen, Legislative Councellor of the Unit for Public International Law of the Legal Department of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
03 Dec 2005
Statement of Namibia
03 Dec 2005
Statement of Nigeria, on Behalf of African States Parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC, delivered by Prof. J.A. Ayua, San, Ofr, Solicitor General of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Permanent Secretary
03 Dec 2005
Closing Statement by Norway
United Kingdom
03 Dec 2005
Closing Statement by the United Kingdom
02 Dec 2005
Statement of the Delegation of Argentina
02 Dec 2005
Statement by the Democratic Republic of Congo, delivered by H.E. Ambassador Vital-Budu-Tandema, Vice Minister of Justice and Head of Delegation