Categoria: Justice

Rwandan Official Wanted by Spanish and French Justice Visits Canada [Pierre Claver Nkinamubanzi-Rwandan Congress of Canada, 17.11.17]

The Rwandan Congress of Canada wishes to draw the attention of the Canadian authorities, the media and the public on the visit to Canada of the Minister of…

Press Release by the Embassy of Burundi in The Hague on the authorisation to open an investigation regarding the situation in Burundi by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court [11.10.2017]

The Embassy of the Republic of Burundi (Ambassador Vestine NAHIMANA, see archive image) in The Hague expresses its profound dissatisfaction and regret, following the information it received through…

Situation of political prisoners of the ICTR in Mali and Benin [John Philpot-RPPSN, 08.09.2017]

In July 2017, during a professional visit with my clients, political prisoners of the ICTR detained in Mali and Benin, I met authorities from both countries to discuss…

Request for formal investigation Jean Chrysostome Ntirugiribambe, ICTR Witness and ICTR investigator/Legal Officer Kidnapped 23 June 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya (John Philpot-RPPSN, 06.07.2017)

M Olufemi Elias Registrar Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) Arusha, Tanzania   Ms Sera Attika Assistant Chief of Registry, Arusha Division Witness Support and Protection Unit (WISP)…

Urgent letter concerning International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda witnesses and employees (John Philpot-RPPSN, 04.30.2017)

Mr. Olufemi Elias Registrar MTPI Arusha, Tanzania Re : UNHCR Cessation Clause and the ICTR Dear Registrar Elias, I am writing to you on behalf of the Rwandan…

Does Obama sug. immunity trump federal jurisdiction over Kagame? (Peter Erlinder, January 2013)

The Obama administration issued a “suggestion of immunity” from federal court jurisdiction for Kagame, even though the assassinations of the two presidents occurred before the present government of…

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (Peter Erlinder, may 2008)

The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda was established at the end of 1994 with the mandate to prosecuting all international crimes committed in Rwanda during the previous year. …

Our judicial action concerns the crimes against the Spaniards, and the crimes against the Rwandans and the Congolese committed between 1990 and July 2002 (Jordi Palou)

It all started with the forty-two day hunger strike carried out in early 1997 by Joan Carrero Saralegui, Nobel Peace Prize candidate, to protest about the masacres perpetrated…

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Justice betrayed (John Philpot, october 1995)

On November 8, 1994, the Security Council of the United Nations adopted Resolution 955 creating an ad hoc international criminal tribunal to judge individuals responsible for violations of…