Hague orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya

Source: The Daily Telegraph - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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86% Liberal


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Anti-Discrimination Laws

Sentiments

87% "Myanmar must report back within four months.""
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 ..."
75% "UN investigators concluded that the military campaign had been executed with genocidal intent.""
74% "Moreover, the court is of the opinion that the steps which claimed to have taken to facilitate the return of Rohingya refugees present in ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

87% : Myanmar must report back within four months.
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.
75% : UN investigators concluded that the military campaign had been executed with "genocidal intent".
74% : The World Court's rulings are final and without appeal, although it has no real way of enforcing them.
74% : "Moreover, the court is of the opinion that the steps which claimed to have taken to facilitate the return of Rohingya refugees present in Bangladesh, to promote ethnic reconciliation, peace and stability in Rakhine State, and to make its military accountable for violations of international humanitarian and human rights law, do not appear sufficient."

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