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It would have consisted of 15 judges (with 9 judges constituting quorum)., 7 - appointed by governments of the leading maritime nations of the world, 6 others through a scheme of rotation within six groups. The term of office of the judges would be 6 years. The scheme also provided for national ad hoc judges, to replace sitting judge(s) in case one of the parties was not represented by a judge. The International Bureau of the PCA would have served as a registry of the court, and the Administrative Council of the PCA would have played a similar role for the IPC. The President and Vice-President would have been elected by the court itself.

   
         
   
   
         
         
         
   

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