International judicial institutions can be divided into courts arbitral tribunals and quasi judicial institutions courts are permanent bodies with near the same composition for each case arbitral tribunals by contrast are constituted anew for each case both courts and arbitral tribunals can make binding decisions. Various plans and proposals were made between 1911 and 1919 for the establishment of an international judicial tribunal which would not be realized into the formation of a new international system following the first world war the permanent court of international justice the unprecedented bloodshed of the first world war led to the creation of the league of nations established by the . In 1965 jose sarria proclaimed herself the empress of san francisco and laid the foundation for the formation of the imperial court de san francisco today the international court system ics has over 65 chapters in the united states canada and mexico making us the second largest glbt organization in the world
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