Court orders Myanmar to take steps to protect Rohingya

Source: NBC News - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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96% Conservative


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LGBT Rights
War on Drugs
Military Spending
Welfare
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Sentiments

84% "Political and military policies have always been imposed with violent force and intimidation upon the people of Myanmar, systematically and institutionally, on the basis ..."
73% "U.N. investigators concluded that the military campaign had been executed with genocidal intent.""
70% "In a unanimous ruling by a panel of 17 judges, the court said Myanmar must now take all steps within its power to prevent ..."
62% "The court's rulings are final and without appeal, but it has no real way of enforcing them.""
58% "More than 100 Myanmar civil society groups published a statement saying they hoped international justice efforts would bring forth the truth and end impunity.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

84% : "Political and military policies have always been imposed with violent force and intimidation upon the people of Myanmar, systematically and institutionally, on the basis of their political and religious beliefs and ethnic identities and continue until the present," the statement said.
73% : U.N. investigators concluded that the military campaign had been executed with "genocidal intent".
70% : In a unanimous ruling by a panel of 17 judges, the court said Myanmar must now take all steps within its power to prevent serious harm to Rohingya, and report back within four months.
62% : The court's rulings are final and without appeal, but it has no real way of enforcing them.
58% : More than 100 Myanmar civil society groups published a statement saying they hoped international justice efforts would "bring forth the truth" and end impunity.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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