News of justice in the world this week: Civil society calls in India We do not welcome a> Bashir. UN Security Council says violence in the Central African Republic may amount to war crimes. And news in Kenya, Palestine, Ukraine and much more.
India: No welcome Bashir
21 international non-governmental organization and African calls for India does not welcome the fugitive Omar al-Bashir over ICC’s Summitnext week.
“Bashir is a fugitive from the law,” Obi Nwankwo, steering committee member in the Nigerian Coalition for the International Criminal Court for alleged war. “The al-Bashir that India host the global status of distortion and is an insult to the victims.”
IndiaSayIt is not obliged to arrest the Sudanese president because they are not in the ICC member state. But the prosecutor of the International Criminal CourtCallAuthorities to help end impunity for the worst crimes in the world in terms of the implementation of the arrest, adding that a UN resolution that asked the International Criminal Court to investigate in Darfur and urged all States to cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court.
Saudi Arabia also has aCallBashir to attend the summit in November.
International Criminal Court investigations
Central African Republic: UN Security CouncilHe saidThe recent upsurge of violence in the Central African Republic may amount to war crimes, and asked the perpetrators accountable. 31 civilians were killed on both Say KillingIn less than a week in the capital, Bangui, according to Human Rights Watch.
Kenya:KenyaAsked UN Security Council to postpone the trial of the International Criminal Court against Deputy President William Ruto and broadcaster Joshua Sang. the African Union Article 68 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Court opposed the certification denied in the case.
Democratic Republic of Congo: strong> Democratic Republic of Congo: strong> a former officer in the Union of Congolese Patriots …Saw In the trial of former militia leader Bosco Ntaganda about communications militia in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo systems.
Côte d’Ivoire:National and international civil societyCallPeaceful presidential elections to be held on 25 October. Cote d’Ivoire National Coalition for the International Criminal Court He urgedProsecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the re-affirms its commitment to bringing the perpetrators of serious crimes are brought to justice in the country (in French).
International Criminal Court preliminary examinations
Georgia:Kirsten signReflectsOver the various stakeholders in the 2008 conflict over South Ossetia to consider the ICC investigation in a possible position.
Aeksvelstin:Relatives of a US citizen was killed in a raid against the humanitarian flotilla Mavi Marmara isProsecutionAnd former Israel Defense Minister Ehud Barak. Palestinian human rights lawyer Jamil Dakwar shares Ideas about the possibility of the ICC investigation in Palestine.
Ukraine: strong> Ukrainian civil society Submitted Documents to the International Criminal Court on the serious crimes committed in eastern Ukraine, in a new reportUrgesInternational Criminal Court to open an investigation in the country.
Campaign for global justice
International Bar AssociationcalledIn South Africa to stay at the International Criminal Court System.
MustVictims of serious crimes have a greater role in decision-making prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to open investigations?
Sri Lankan judge war claimsCrimes Allegations the country’s credible.
Strong playrevealUnspeakable horrors suffered by the countless victims of decades-old conflict in northern Uganda.
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