The UN is asking for Burmese topgeneraals for the criminal Court. The government of nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who is less powerful than the army, shot heavy deficit, what it sounds like.
Exactly one year after the flight of about 700,000 Rohingya from Myanmar, gets the commission of inquiry of the UN heavily to the military and civilian leaders of the Asian country. In their final report, researchers say the destruction and verkrachtingscampagne from 2017, in an attempt to genocide on the Rohingya. They want that chief of staff Min Aung Hlaing and five other topgeneraals for that ‘genocidaire intentions’ answer to the International criminal Court in The Hague or by a special tribunal of the UN Security council.
Myanmar has the convention of the criminal Court not signed. It would be by a unanimous UN Security council should be referred. The chances of this happening seems small: China and Russia remain the regime’s support.
Suu Kyi ‘was the’
The government of nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who is less powerful than the army, shot, according to the UN heavy deficit. Her government had for many years haatpropaganda circulate against the Rohingya and also caused documents to disappear. The UN also did research on the problematic situation of the Kachin and Shan minorities.
For her silence surrounding the ethnic cleansing lost to Aung San Suu Kyi, seven western titles, most recently the Freedom of Edinburgh Award. But her voters see Rohingya often as terrorists or undesirable migrants. Also when they titles got, moment of silence, Suu Kyi about the discriminated minorities.
Facebook, according to the report is negligent in his approach of online haatpropaganda, was the first to respond. It has around twenty military accounts, including that of chief of staff Hlaing, will be permanently deleted. Together, they reached that toxic accounts, 12 million Myanmarezen.
The UN ask for an embargo on arms trade with Myanmar. Between 1990 and 2016 were China, Russia and Ukraine are the largest suppliers. But also in Germany and Poland and sold according to Al Jazeera (parts of) aircraft to Myanmar, despite an EU arms embargo.