To the hearing of the Rohingya issue Today at the International Court of Justice 6:11 December 10
The trial of the International Justice Court to ask for the responsibility of Myanmar as a country over the issue of persecution against the Minority, Rohingya people in Myanmar begins. In the trial, Aung San Suu Kyi's national counsel will lead the defense team and go to the court, and it will be noted what claims will be made as pressure increases in the international community.
In the western part of Myanmar, more than 700,000 Rohingya people have been forced to evacuate to neighboring Bangladesh as a result of clashes between minority Muslim Rohingya armed forces and government security forces.
Under these circumstances, on behalf of countries and regions with many Muslims, the West African Gambia violated the Genocide Convention, which prohibited the Myanmar government from doing harm with the intent of destroying race, ethnicity, and religious groups. Sued last month at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands.
In response, the International Court of Justice will hear claims from both Gambia and Myanmar over a period of 10 to 3 days. The Myanmar side will make a claim to defend its country on the 2nd and 3rd days, and Aung San Suu Kyi will be the leader of the defense team and will go to court.
As the pressure of pursuing the responsibility of the Myanmar government in the international community is growing, attention will be paid to what Noh Peace Prize winner Suu Kyi will develop over this issue.
History and current status of the Rohingya problem
The complaint alleges that Myanmar's security forces continue to violate the genocide treaty following the 2016 sweeping operations against Rohingya armed forces.
In August 2017, Rohingya armed forces attacked multiple police facilities in Western Rakhine State at the same time, and over 700,000 Rohingya people from neighboring Bangladesh when security forces conducted a large-scale sweeping operation. It was a situation to evacuate.
Those who became refugees were often killed or sexually assaulted by UN research teams, etc., as citizens who had nothing to do with armed forces were murdered in the turmoil of the eradication operation, He complains that he has lost his place to live after burning the village.
Bangladesh's refugee camps are in a poor living environment and a few people have voluntarily returned to Myanmar, but most Rohingya people fear being in danger again, I continue to refuse to return.
On the other hand, the Myanmar government has set up an independent investigation committee that includes foreigners, but has refused to enter the country by the UN investigation team, as it has conducted an independent investigation of what happened in Rakhine State at that time.
In addition, Myanmar's national army is in a military law conference saying that it is suspected that the soldiers in the field did not follow the command and command of the army in a village where many bodies were found buried. Announces and emphasizes the attitude of investigating itself.