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This article investigates multilingualism before the International Criminal Justice. The internationalization of criminal courts made translation an imperative tool, and this is ushered in a great linguistic diversity among the parties concerned with the international criminal proceeding. In this context, International human rights law also protects the right of the accused to translation and interpretation. Therefore, international criminal courts should guarantee this right in respect of fair trial principles.
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