Mohamed Youssef (L), Xavier-Jean Keita (C) and Melinda Taylor (R), representatives of the Office of Public Counsel for the Defence, talk in the International Criminal Court (ICC) before a public hearing on Libya's challenge to the admissibility of the case against Saif Al-Islam, son of toppled long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi, in The Hague, on October 9.
What does OPC stand for?
OPC stands for Office of Public Counsel
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- Objective Performance Criteria
- Ocean Prediction Center (US NOAA)
- Ocean Processing Center
- Odstock Parish Council
- Odua Peoples Congress
- Off Peak Car
- Off Premises Contact (timeshares)
- Office de la Protection du Consommateur
- Office of Primary Concern
- Office of Public Correspondence (Treasury Department)
- Office of the Privacy Commissioner (various locations)
- Office of the Protective Commissioner (Australia)
- Office Protestant de la Communication
- Official Payments Corporation (electronic payment options)
- Official Porsche Centre (vehicles; various locations)
- Offshore Patrol Cutter
- Oficiul Pentru Protecþia Consumatorilor (Romanian: Office for Consumer Protection)
- Oil Palm Company (Nigeria)
- Oil Pipeline Company
- Oilfield Production Consultants Ltd
Samples in periodicals archive:
The ICC in a statement Friday said the hearings will be held in open court in the presence of representatives of Libya, the ICC Prosecutor, the Office of Public Counsel for the Defence and the Office of Public Counsel for Victims.
Keita, acting as Saif's primary counsel and also from the ICC's office of public counsel for the defence (OPCD), did not give any details about the attack.
The ICC delegation travelled to Libya on Wednesday, to meet with Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi in Zintan, in part as a privileged visit by the Office of Public Counsel for the Defence, currently appointed to represent Gaddafi in the case brought against him.