Rappler Talk: The Philippines in the ICC
Raul Pangalangan is the second Filipino judge to be voted to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The former law dean and publisher of the Philippine Daily Inquirer fills the seat vacated by Philippine Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, who stepped down in June 2014 due to an ailment. He was also a Philippine delegate to the 1998 Rome conference that established the ICC.
Rappler talked to Pangalangan on what it means to have a Filipino judge in the ICC and the challenges the international tribunal is currently facing. - Rappler.com