Apparently so. See Seton Hall Law Professor Kristen Boon’s Opinio Juris post on U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s 5th report on responsibility to protect here.
Ban’s 17-page report, dated July 9, 2013, is here. Prior posts detailing the development and invocations of the doctrine of responsibility to protect – and thus placing in context the report’s omission of the 2011 U.N. Security Council referral of the situation in Libya to the International Criminal Court – may be found here and here.
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