UN Documents for Election of Judges to the International Court of Justice
|Selected Security Council Resolutions
|28 February 2018 S/RES/2403
|This resolution fixed the date for the election of a judge for the ICJ in the Council and the General Assembly.
|19 January 2012 S/RES/2034
|This was the resolution setting the date for the election.
|2 June 2010 S/RES/1926
|This was the resolution fixing the date for the election to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Thomas Buergenthal (US).
|Selected Security Council Letters
|11 November 2014 S/2014/808
|This was a letter from Argentina communicating the withdrawal of Susana Ruiz Cerutti (Argentina) as a candidate for election as a judge of the ICJ.
|4 August 2014 S/2014/522
|This was the curricula vitae of candidates nominated for the ICJ in 2014.
|4 August 2014 S/2014/520
|This was a memorandum from the Secretary-General setting out the procedure for the ICJ elections.
|Selected Security Council Meeting Records
|9 November 2023 S/PV.9471
|This meeting record is on the election of five members of the International Court of Justice.
|11 November 2020 S/PV.8773
|This was the election of five judges to the ICJ.
|24 October 2018 S/PV.8380
|Briefing by the President of the International Court of Justice in a private meeting.
|Selected General Assembly Documents
|1 August 2020 A/75/4
|This was the annual report of the ICJ.
|11 August 2016 A/71/4
|This was the report of the International Court of Justice.
|1 August 2013 A/68/4
|This was the annual report of the ICJ to the General Assembly.
|Selected Other Documents
|29 June 2020 S/2020/615
|A note by the Secretary-General containing the names of the eight candidates for the five positions on the ICJ by national group.
|29 June 2020 S/2020/618
|A memorandum by the Secretary-General containing the current composition of the ICJ and the election procedure in the Council and the General Assembly.
|29 June 2020 S/2020/619
|A note by the Secretary-General containing the curricula vitae of the eight candidates for the five positions on the ICJ.