SABA - Yemen news agency

Print date: 19-10-2018
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Sana\'a conference supports the international criminal justice\'s requirements:
[11/January/2004]

SANA\'A, Jan 11 (Saba)- ICC Judge Tulima Nironi spoke highly of the Yemeni
government for their persistent efforts and initiative to host this Conference
in order to deal with issues of democracy, human rights, rule of the law
and role of ICC. He said that the conference importance lies in the fact
that it supports the international criminal justice\'s requirements, and
it emphasizes the need for a permanent court to undertake the control
on affaires and to investigate and try people, accused of committing crimes,
under national legal systems concerned with the application of national
statehood.
He said \"we think we must combat all crimes that put international stability,
security and human rights in jeopardy.
In addition, we have to define main points of the Court, that are transparency
and accountability and to put an end for non-accountability\".
He pointed out that judges must be competent so that to be able to apply
the basic legal systems. He stated that the Court must be able to quickly
judge accused.
Chairman of the Qatari Shura Council Mohammad Bin Mubarek pointed out
that breaches of the human rights throughout the world culminated, making
blood as cheep as water. he also talked about developments witnessed by
Qatar in respect of protecting human rights, establishing democratic community
and supporting rule of the law.
On his part, the Kuwaiti Minister of Justice Ahmad Baqir pointed out the
new concepts, of human rights, that were invented in accordance with concerns
and activities of organizations working in the legal field. He stated
that some organizations advised cancellation of legal regulations fining
people for terrorizing, aiding and abetting others.
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