DavidW » September 28th, 2016
Jay » September 28th, 2016
Frank26 » September 28th, 2016
IMO ......... B is coming to A ........... That is telling of many good things.
Maybe if asked to .............. i will expound on this tonight. (Conference Call 7PM est)
Aggiedad77 » September 28th, 2016
“Rome Statute” refers to a new statute added to the ICC effective July 1, 2002 and includes jurisdiction over the following crimes…1) Crimes of genocide….2) Crimes against humanity….3) War crimes….4) Crimes of aggression.
So can you begin to see where Abadi is going…..he’s collected over 9,000 names to be turned over to this court that include political figures and activists….this can include names of ISIS terrorists as well as Iraqi political figures who have been found to support the efforts behind the actions of the terrorists….in ways that can lead to prosecution of any or all four of the crimes listed above…..the article says that Abadi is in agreement of going this direction…..but has he yet made such a commitment….
From the sound of things, Abadi and his people need to push the “ready” button on going in this direction to get the ICC to start proceedings against the long list of names that Abadi has…..this is a start IMO….a proactive start by Abadi….in fact a HUGE start to nail some of these bad actors to the wall where they need to stay for quite some time….
Side note of this court…the ICC they are tied to the United Nations for what that is worth…..following is a link to more on the Rome Statute of the ICC…..long….long read….enjoy. Aloha Randy
Don961 » September 28th, 2016
Last updated: September 28 2016 - 13:28
BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq MP Yezidi Vian Dakhil said the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi promised Iraq's accession to the anti-Rome for accounting Daesh gangs terrorist internationally to commit genocide against minorities crimes after the events of the fall of the city of Mosul in 2014.ozkrt statement of the Information Office of the Vice-day, the intruder met Abadi "during the meeting, handed over a site of 9377 political figures and activists file of those who signed the campaign that we launched to pressure the Iraqi government to accede to the Rome"
She added treaty as "attached book demanded the Iraqi government to either join the treaty, or file make way for a specialist team from the international Criminal Court in the Hague to investigate the subject of Alginoseid [genocide] that hit the Iraqi minorities in Nineveh province in a particular place and time in accordance with the powers of the court referred her above "
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that the international internationalism attitudes towards genocide, crimes against Iraqi factions air remaining in the kink regrettably, unless it accelerated the federal government to ratify the Rome Statute or the Rome Statute and join the international Criminal Court in the Hague, and that the hybrid efforts in this side will be wasted and will not have any value unless Iraq is not signatory to the Rome Statute through which will be available direct the international Criminal Court work on this issue, ".ccant MP Vian Dakhil had led earlier in the campaign to collect signatures in the House of Representatives to vote on a resolution is needed Iraqi state to sign a Roma.oukd Treaty was adopted,
"the Rome Statute of the international Criminal Court" on July 17, 1998 Italian Rome, the capital, to crown its long-standing aim of establishing a sustained international entity to accounting task to that seen in wars and various conflicts of clear violations of rights basic guaranteed by the international law of Ansan.oaz confirm the Treaty of Rome or the Rome Statute of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole must not go unpunished and that prosecution must be ensured effectively by taking measures at the national level as well as through the promotion of international cooperation.
the court's jurisdiction is limited to the most serious crimes of concern to the entire international community, and the Court under this Statute jurisdiction over the crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression. " link