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Rohingya persecution Suu Kyi national adviser "plaintiff's appeal misleads"


On November 11, Aung San is hearing the government's responsibility for persecution against the Minorities in Rohingya, a minority in Myanmar.

Rohingya Persecution Suu Kyi National Counselor “The plaintiff's appeal is misleading” December 12, 6:14

The trial of the International Court of Justice, which asks the government's responsibility for persecution against the Minority and Rohingya people in Myanmar, is a treaty that Aung San Suu Kyi advised himself on the 11th and prohibited massacre The plaintiff's allegation that it was in violation was "incomplete and misleading" and strongly opposed.

This case is based on the fact that the persecution of Rohingya, a Muslim minority in Myanmar, violates the genocide treaty that bans genocide. It is the one that caused the appeal.

The International Court of Justice in The Hague, the Netherlands, has entered a three-day hearing to hear both sides' claims, and on 11th day of the second day, Aung San Suu Kyi counselor made an argument, and the plaintiff's appeal was I strongly argued that it was incomplete and misleading.

After that, he explained the situation of intense fighting between Rohingya and Buddhist armed forces and security forces in western Myanmar, and accused "the inconvenience of many innocent people is the result of the conflict." It was.

Although Mr. Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, has been attracting attention, it has reiterated the claims of the Myanmar government.

In addition, legal experts in defense of the Myanmar side should make a judgment after finding facts regarding provisional instructions to immediately cease persecution against Rohingya requested by the plaintiff Gambia. I appealed.

On the final day, the 12th hearing, both Gambia and Myanmar will renew their claims.

The plaintiff Gambia's representative did not respond to Myanmar's allegations to the reporter's questions after the hearing on the 11th, “I want to prepare for the tomorrow's hearing. Tomorrow, I want you to ask. "

Source: nhk

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