The supporting evidences to charge the Myanmar SPDC CRIMINALS at ICC

The supporting evidences

to charge the Myanmar SPDC CRIMINALS at ICC

Fourteen Nobel peace laureates sent an open letter to the Council on Tuesday urging it to set up a commission of inquiry into crimes against humanity they said the junta had committed in Myanmar.Please read my following postings for the supporting evidences to charge the Myanmar SPDC CRIMINALS at ICC.

  1. Myanmar junta siphons gas revenue offshore without using for the country

    Yesterday’s council meeting considered a US-drafted statement that “condemns the conviction and sentencing of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and expresses grave concern about the political impact this action has on the situation in Myanmar.”

    The 16-line draft, seen by Reuters, called for the release of Suu Kyi and other political prisoners and demanded that the junta “establish the conditions and create an atmosphere conducive to an inclusive and credible political and electoral process with full participation of all political actors.”

    “We think there has to be a reaction by the Security Council,” French envoy Jean-Pierre Lacroix told journalists. “The verdict is in clear violation and breach of the request made by the Security Council.”

    Earlier, a statement issued by the office of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is currently visiting his native South Korea, said he “strongly deplores” Suu Kyi’s sentence and called for her release.

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