Aung San Suu Kyi presented in the international court

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Aung San Suu Kyi presented in the international court

Aung San Suu Kyi presented in the international court |Rohingya Genocide: Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi presented in an international court. Myanmar’s civilian leader, Ang Tsang, appeared before the International Court of Justice in Gambia’s lawsuit against the Rohingya Muslim genocide in Sochi, where he was asked basic questions. Nobel laureate Ang Tsang Sochi appeared to defend his country in the International Court of Justice in the Netherlands city of Hague on a case of organized genocide of Rohingya Muslims, according to a Reuters report. The Gambia, in its plea, said that the collective rape of the Rohingya Muslims, many families were burnt to their homes and dozens of children were killed by knife-wielding racists. Gambia Minister for Justice Abu Bakar Tambadu said in the opening words, The Gambia should be told Myanmar to stop this massacre, these incidents of brutality shocked and continued to happen, preventing the genocide of their people. Ang Tsang Sochi is expected to answer all questions tomorrow and reject the genocide claims that began in August 2017. Gambia lawyer Andrew Lovenstein presented evidence from a UN investigator’s report that said it was estimated that 750 people were killed, including more than 100 children, in the Manila village. Less than 6 years old. He quoted the report as saying that ‘the bodies of the youth belonging to the village were lying on the ground.

UN investigators were quoting a victim’s statement that as soon as we entered the house, the soldiers closed the door, a soldier raped me, he stabbed me in the neck and stomach. But I tried to protect my young child, who was only 28 days old at the time, but he hit the floor with which the child died. The Gambia, at the end of the first hearing, called on the International Court of Justice to order special measures to protect Rohingya, as the so-called interim measures would enable the Myanmar army to continue its crimes until the trial is over.
Only then can we find the right to the Gambia and the Rohingya to be fully protected, said Philip Sands, another African country lawyer.
Remember that on November 11, Gambia filed an inquiry against Myanmar over genocide against the Muslim minority Rohingya in the International Court of Justice ICJ.

The worst persecution and massacre of Muslims was carried out by the army and local extremists in Myanmar’s Rakhine state in August 2017, after which the Rohingya minority country was forced to migrate to Bangladesh. Later, other world powers, including the United Nations, called the Myanmar process a genocide, and the government’s military was involved.
Following the investigation by the Myanmar government, several generals and others were convicted of confessing to such crimes in Rakhine, and they were also sentenced. The Gambia demanded the World Court of Justice at the end of the first hearing Special measures should be ordered to protect the Rohingya, as the so-called interim measures will be equivalent to the Myanmar army continuing its crimes until the trial is over. Only then can we find the right to the Gambia and the Rohingya to be fully protected,” said Philip Sands, another African country lawyer. Remember that on November 11, Gambia filed an inquiry against Myanmar over genocide against the Muslim minority Rohingya in the International Court of Justice ICJ
The worst persecution and massacre of Muslims was carried out by the army and local extremists in Myanmar’s Rakhine state in August 2017, after which the Rohingya minority country was forced to migrate to Bangladesh.
Later, other world powers, including the United Nations, called the Myanmar process a genocide, and the government’s military was involved. Following the investigation by the Myanmar government, several generals and others were also convicted in Rakhine for admitting to such crimes.