عنوان مقاله [English]
Deportation of Myanmar citizens of the Bangladesh territory is under the concept of crime against humanity, which is under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, provided that there is a mechanism for the Myanmar membership or the UN Security Council referral. However, these mechanisms do not exist. Despite this, the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction reserves by the Bangladesh membership, to expel the Rohingya Muslims from that state territory. But this theory requires rule of the principle of the objective territorial jurisdiction in the International Criminal Court. Examining dimensions of this theory within the framework of the principles of the criminal jurisdiction and the procedure of the ICC’s Pre-Trial chamber in the Myanmar Situation is subject and objectives of this article. The research question is what are the components of the objective territorial jurisdiction and the investigation of crimes of the citizens of a non-member state based on membership in another state in the ICC’s judicial procedure? The findings of research show that the criterion of the objective territorial jurisdiction in the case of deportation of nationals from international borders based on destination state membership creates the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction to investigate citizens’ criminal status of origin state.