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The Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court (ICC) elects a President to serve a three-year term. It also elects a First Vice-President and a Second Vice-President to serve three-year terms. This is a list of the Presidents and Vice-Presidents of the Assembly of States Parties since the ICC's inception in 2002.

Presidents[edit]

No. Start date End date President State
1 November 2002 November 2005 Prince Zeid bin Ra'ad  Jordan
2 November 2005 November 2008 Bruno Stagno Ugarte  Costa Rica
3 November 2008 December 2011 Christian Wenaweser  Liechtenstein
4 December 2011 December 2014 Tiina Intelmann  Estonia
5 December 2014 December 2017 Sidiki Kaba  Senegal

Vice-Presidents[edit]

Vice-Presidents in The Hague[edit]

No. Start date End date First Vice-President State
2 November 2005 November 2008 Erwin Kubesch  Austria
3 November 2008 December 2011 Jorge Lomonaco  Mexico
4 December 2011 'December 2014 Markus Börlin[1]   Switzerland
5 December 2014 December 2017 Alvaro Moerzinger  Uruguay

Vice-Presidents in New York[edit]

No. Start date End date First Vice-President State
1 November 2002 November 2005 Felipe Paolillo  Uruguay
1 November 2002 November 2005 Allieu Ibrahim Kanu  Sierra Leone
2 November 2005 November 2008 Hlengiwe Mkhize  South Africa
3 November 2008 December 2011 Zachary D. Maburi-Muita  Kenya
4 December 2011 December 2014 Ken Kanda[1]  Ghana
5 December 2014 December 2017 Sebastiano Cardi  Italy

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b ICC Elections 2011. Retrieved 13 December 2011.
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