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Showing posts with label Rohingya Case. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rohingya Case. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Lawyers look to Rohingya case in court bid to stop Gaza war

N MENA
Tim Stickings
Jan 10, 2024

South Africa's lawsuit against Israel in The Hague draws on 2020 verdict against Myanmar 
Palestinians search the rubble of destroyed buildings after an Israeli attack on Rafah. AFP
 
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Lawyers seeking to halt Israel’s offensive in Gaza hope tactics that swayed judges on Myanmar's alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims will prevail again as the Middle East conflict enters court in The Hague.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Will Supreme Court Apply Rohingya Case Logic to CAA?

THE LEAFLET


The Supreme Court has refused to stay the deportation of Rohingyas from Jammu, as it ‘cannot comment’ on events taking place in another country. Will the court refuse to decide whether Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, and Parsis fleeing Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan are persecuted minorities on the same ground? MIHIR DESAI writes in the context of the CAA, 2019.

Monday, January 25, 2021

Rohingya case may face delay at The Hague

AA
Riyaz ul Khaliq
ANKARA
24.01.2021 

Myanmar raises objections to Gambia's eligibility in Rohingya case before International Court of Justice
 
File Photo
 
A final decision at the UN’s top court in the legal battle against Myanmar for the alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims could be delayed, as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is first set to rule on objections filed by Myanmar.

A legal summary prepared by the New York-based Global Justice Center, shared with Anadolu Agency, stated that Myanmar has raised objections over whether the western African country of Gambia was eligible to file the November 2019 case alleging that Myanmar’s atrocities against the Rohingya in Rakhine state violate the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.

“The ICJ’s final ruling on whether Myanmar violated the Genocide Convention, and what reparations are therefore necessary, will be delayed by the time it takes for the court to hear arguments and decide on the preliminary objections, a delay of likely at least a year,” the center said.

Friday, December 18, 2020

104 British MPs ask UK govt to support ICJ Rohingya case

NEWAGE

Diplomatic Correspondent  
Published: Dec 18,2020
In this picture taken on October 13, 2020, Rohingya refugee Julekha Begum, who got married through IMO, a video-call application to ‘Abdu Hamid’ (a pseudonym), a Rohingya hotel worker in Malaysia, cries at her makeshift shelter at Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Ukhia.– AFP photo

One hundred and four British parliamentarians from across parties have asked the UK government to formally engage at the International Court of Justice to prevent genocidal violence against the minority ethnic Rohingya people by the Myanmar government and the military by extending formal support to the case filed by the Gambia.

‘Ending impunity is essential not only to ensure justice and uphold international law, but also to deter further acts of genocide by the military and government in Myanmar,’ said the bipartisan parliamentarians in a joint memorandum to British secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs Dominic Raab on Thursday. 

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Investigators from the ICC begin gathering evidence in Rohingya case