ICJ Orders Myanmar To Prevent Genocide Of Rohingya Muslims

Source: Outlook Magazine - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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60% Liberal


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Sentiments

79% "A group of several Civil Society Organisations, mostly from ethnic minorities that have suffered years of war in the country's peripheral areas against a ..."
78% "For its part, the Myanmar legal team, headed by the de facto leader of the country, Aung San Suu Kyi, denied the allegations of ..."
72% "The Myanmar military on Thursday issued a statement, in which it asserted that it will not only give full consideration to the recommendations relating ..."
70% "Also Read: They Who Belong To The Earth""
65% "The Myanmar government has denied entry into the country to a Fact-Finding Mission, set up by the UN in the aftermath of the military ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

79% : A group of several Civil Society Organisations, mostly from ethnic minorities that have suffered years of war in the country's peripheral areas against a military infamous for its human rights violations, had on Wednesday issued a statement supporting the case at the ICJ.
78% : For its part, the Myanmar legal team, headed by the de facto leader of the country, Aung San Suu Kyi, denied the allegations of genocide, and asserted that the counter-insurgency operations were just part of an internal conflict triggered by ARSA.
72% : The Myanmar military on Thursday issued a statement, in which it asserted that "it will not only give full consideration to the recommendations relating to the armed forces in the report of the ICOE but the office of the Judge Advocate General will study the report in detail as well."
70% : Also Read: They Who Belong To The Earth
65% : The Myanmar government has denied entry into the country to a Fact-Finding Mission, set up by the UN in the aftermath of the military operations, that accused the military in 2018 of carrying out a campaign of killings, tortures, burning of houses, and rapes with "genocidal intent".

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