Investigative commission established by Myanmar government "No ethnic destruction in Rohingya" January 21 5:09
Investigating the issue of persecution of Rohingya, a Muslim minority in Myanmar, an investigative committee set up by the Myanmar government to harm ethnic groups and other groups with the intention of destroying them, the so-called genocide Filed a final report stating that no was found.
The Investigation Committee was set up by the Myanmar government to independently investigate the alleged murder or assault of Rohingya residents by Myanmar security forces.
A commission consisting of four members, including two foreigners, including former UN ambassador to Japan, Kenzo Oshima, submitted a final report to President Win Ming and Aung San Suu Kyi, a national adviser in Nay Pyi Taw on the 20th. Did.
The full text of the 461-page report has not yet been disclosed, but a summary issued by the Commission indicates that security forces in August-September 2017 saw excessive force in combat with Rohingya militants. We have called for further investigation into those involved for war crimes or serious human rights abuses, such as the killing of innocent people or the destruction of homes resulting from the use of.
On the other hand, the International Court of Justice states that there was no evidence of so-called genocide, which would harm the group of race, ethnicity, religion, etc., pursued by the Myanmar government with the intention of destroying it.
Myanmar's government, which has refused the UN's investigation, is likely to claim that the report is the most reliable, given that the commission has allowed field investigations and interviews with stakeholders.