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The rights of victims are considered as significant issues in the new system of criminal proceedings. This organization tries to promote victims' standing. One of the reflections of such promotions is the victim’s participation in the International Criminal Court hearing. Although this participation is permitted under article 68(3) of the Rome Statute, but it only belongs to the hearing phase. Preliminary examination chamber of International Criminal Court for the first time allows victims to participate in preliminary examination stage. This procedure of International Criminal Court is a turning point in victim’s access to justice and fair treatment based on assistance-oriented victimology. Judges of International Criminal Court with maximal interpretation of article 68(3) of the Rome Statute accept achievements of assistance-oriented victimology for the more participation of victims in preliminary examination stages.