I do, Madam President. I've heard the Prosecution's application. As a matter of initial impression it does appear that paragraph (a) of the same order, and we are now in the dispositional section, at page 15 which says that all witnesses shall be referred to by pseudonyms, that seems on its face to appear to this witness as well. As would be paragraphs (c) and (d) to the extent for example we wish to refer to prior transcripts or exhibits that have identifying information pertaining to the witness. And it seems to me, unless I am also mistaken, that paragraph (e), the use of a screening device, might very well apply to this witness.
Of course all of this is conditioned on which category this witness would be said to belong to and that would not be Category A, it would not be Category B. Category A being victims of sexual violence, Category B being children, Category C being insider witnesses.
So I am not sure if we've covered all the possibilities here and I raise this in this specific context: There have been disclosed to us certain transcripts that are closed session transcripts and these proceedings of course will be held in open session, assuming what has been proposed to the Chamber is correct, that the witness wishes to testify openly, and to the extent that rescission is being sought of some measures a question will arise whether the measures vis-a-vis the closed session transcripts remain in place and whether referring to those transcripts one would have to seek leave of Chamber either to rescind those measures or to go into closed session to do so.
So I merely seek clarification foreshadowing the possibility that reference may be made to closed session transcripts in respect of this witness. Other than that in principle we have no objection to the application to rescind.