Slovenian elected International Criminal Court judge

New York, 7 December - Beti Hohler will become the first Slovenian ever to serve as judge on the International Criminal Court. She was elected by parties to the Rome Statute in the eighth round of voting in New York on Monday, getting 82 out of the possible 123 votes.

Beti Hohler, trial lawyer at the ICC.
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