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The International Crimes (Tribunals) Act, 1973

( ACT NO. XIX OF 1973 )

Charge, etc.
16. (1) Every charge against an accused person shall state-
(a) the name and particulars of the accused person;
(b) the crime of which the accused person is charged;
(c) such particulars of the alleged crime as are reasonably sufficient to give the accused person notice of the matter with which he is charged.
(2) A copy of the formal charge and a copy of each of the documents lodged with the formal charge shall be furnished to the accused person at a reasonable time before the trial; and in case of any difficulty in furnishing copies of the documents, reasonable opportunity for inspection shall be given to the accused person in such manner as the Tribunal may decide.

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