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ICC Elections 2011
At the tenth Assembly of State Parties (ASP) of the Rome Statute of the ICC, held from 12 to 21 December 2011 at the United Nations headquarters in New York, six new judges, a new chief prosecutor, an ASP president, two vice-presidents, an 18-member Bureau (the executive committee of the ASP) and six members of the Committee on Budget and Finance are to be elected.

Below you will find the latest results as they are determined.

ICC Prosecutor
Ms. Fatou Bensouda (Gambia)

ASP President
Ms. Tiina Intelmann (Estonia)

ASP Vice Presidents
Mr. Markus B÷rlin (Switzerland)
Mr. Ken Kanda (Ghana)

Judges
Ms. Miriam DEFENSOR-SANTIAGO (The Philippines)
Mr. Anthony Thomas Aquinas CARMONA (Trinidad and Tobago)
Mr. Robert FREMR (Czech Republic)
Ms. Olga Venecia HERRERA CARBUCCIA (Dominican Republic)
Mr. Howard MORRISON (United Kingdom)
Mr. Chile EBOE-OSUJI (Nigeria)

Committee on Budget and Finance
Hugh Adsett (UK/WEOG)
Fawzi Gharaibeh (Jordan/Asia)
Samuel Itam (Sierre Leone/Africa)
Monica Sanchez Izquierdo (Ecuador/GRULAC)
Elena Sopkova (Slovakia/Eastern Europe)
Masatoshi Suguira (Japan/Asia)

Bureau
Eighteen new members were elected to the ASP Bureau from the following states: Canada, Belgium, Finland, Portugal, Samoa, Republic of Korea, Japan, Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago, Chile, Brazil, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Gabon, Republic of South Africa, Uganda and Nigeria.