War Crime Tribunal

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The Bangladesh War Crime Tribunal has currently been putting criminals on trial for genocide without letting the accused defend them selfs or in Abdul Kalam Azad case, held the trial without him present. Afghanistan believes that Bangladesh War Crime Tribunal need to be reformed because of the unfair and injustice prosecution that these Jamaat-e-Islami leaders have faced. Even though the leader sported the Pakistani military when a mass murdered about three million people, they still should have the right to a far trial. When they won independence Bangladesh’s government enacted the International Tribunal Act 1973 and even passed laws to guarantee the trials of the war criminals were handled according to the international standard. These …show more content…
Afghanistan Supreme court is what deals with the issues of foreign ration and topics of treason. I, as a representative and citizen of Afghanistan, would not like a political party to take charge of a court disunion and implement a similar tribunal to deal with any one who went agency us in our 1996-2001 civil war. My country believes that the United Nations should step in and take over the responsibility for the since they deal with …show more content…
The International Law Commission has not discussed this very important issue since World War II ended and the United Nations was formed. An asylum seeker is someone who has applied for asylum and is wanting to hear back if they will or will not be able to immigrate to another country. These people, like refugees, are being prosecuted because of their religion nationality, political opinion, or race. In Cuba, article 209 of the Penal Code states “he who participates in meetings or demonstrations celebrated without respecting the dispositions that regulate this right, is committing a felony against public order.” This means that if someone was to express their opinion posing the dictatorship in Cuba, they will be arrested and become a convented felon. Obama has implemented the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act which will make it easier for a Cuban citizen to leave Cuba and come to America. This should be modeled and applied to current situations that are being

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