UN Documents for Oversight of International Criminal Tribunals: Security Council Resolutions

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14 September 2011 S/RES/2006 This resolution reappointed Hassan Bubacar Jallow as prosecutor of the ICTR for a new term with effect from 15 September 2011 until 31 December 2014.
6 July 2011 S/RES/1995 This resolution said that an ad-litem judge may be elected president of the ICTR and authorised Judge Byron to serve as part-time judge from 1 September.
29 June 2011 S/RES/1993 This resolution extended the terms of permanent and ad-litem judges of the ICTY.
22 December 2010 S/RES/1966 This resolution established the residual mechanism.
14 December 2010 S/RES/1955 This resolution authorised certain judges to complete the cases on which they are working after the expiry of their terms of office and reiterated its call for the Secretariat and other relevant UN bodies to address the staffing situation.
14 December 2010 S/RES/1954 This resolution authorised certain judges to complete the cases on which they are working after the expiry of their terms of office and reiterated its call for the Secretariat and other relevant UN bodies to address the staffing situation.
29 June 2010 S/RES/1931 This resolution extended the mandates of the ICTY judges and called on the Secretariat and other relevant UN bodies to address the staffing situation.
29 June 2010 S/RES/1932 This resolution extended the mandates of the ICTR judges, amended the ICTR statute and called on the Secretariat and other relevant UN bodies to address the staffing situation.
18 March 2010 S/RES/1915 This resolution extended the authorisation for ICTY to exceed the maximum number of ad litem judges allowed by its statute until 30 June 2010.
16 December 2009 S/RES/1900 This resolution authorised ICTY respectively to temporarily exceed the maximum number of ad litem judges allowed by their statutes and expressed the Council’s intention to extend by 30 June 2010 the terms of office of all judges until 31 December 2010 or until they have completed assigned cases, if sooner.
16 December 2009 S/RES/1901 This resolution authorised ICTR to temporarily exceed the maximum number of ad litem judges allowed by their statutes and expressed the Council’s intention to extend by 30 June 2010 the terms of office of all judges until 31 December 2010 or until they have completed assigned cases, if sooner.
7 July 2009 S/RES/1877 This was the resolution extending the terms of ICTY permanent and ad litem judges till 31 December 2010, or until they have completed assigned cases if sooner, and deciding to review by 31 December 2009 the terms of office of permanent judges who are members of the appeals chamber.
7 July 2009 S/RES/1878 This was the resolution extending the terms of ICTR permanent and ad litem judges till 31 December 2010, or until they have completed assigned cases if sooner, and deciding to review by 31 December 2009 the terms of office of permanent judges who are members of the appeals chamber.
19 December 2008 S/RES/1855 This resolution appointed ad litem judges to the ICTR.
12 December 2008 S/RES/1849 This resolution appointed ad litem judges to the ICTY.