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The International Criminal Court, a new
judicial organ established to try war criminals and other offenders, recently
replied to an e-mail I sent regarding a flag and seal:
"The ICC will study and analyze proposals regarding logos and flags in the next future. This information will be posted on the website."
Sean McKinniss, 17 March 2003
The status of this flag is considered uncertain.
Colin Dobson, 23 August 2006
There are a few clues that there might be an ICC flag consisting of the
emblem (without circle) on a UN blue background, see the ICC Newsletter, No. 7,
April, 2006, pages 2 and 8:
http://www.icc-cpi.int/library/about/newsletter/files/ICC-NL7-200604_En.pdf. Unfortunately, we cannot see the flag folded out properly in these photos, and the emblem is obscured in one of them, so further confirmation and documentation is needed. However, the photographs referred to above might bring us a step further towards answering the question of the ICC flag.
Jan Oskar Engene, 10 September 2006
On this photo, UN foreign policy chief
Javier Solana, right, talks with the Chief Prosecutor of the International
Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Serge Brammertz, at the EU Council
in Brussels, Friday Jan. 18, 2008. The ICC flag is clearly visible behind them.
Ivan Sarajcic, 18 January 2008