While the Attorney General’s Chambers is still playing wait-and-see, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) has chosen Malaysia as it’s target for July in its monthly campaign to encourage nations to demonstrate commitment to international justice by ratifying the Rome Statute.
A consideration of Malaysia’s “wait and see” approach to accession to the Rome Statute that governs the International Criminal Court (ICC) as Bangladesh acceded on Mar 23, 2010 and other developing nations are actively considering ratification.
The I v P conflict has once again shown the need for nation States to sign the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Why? See the Malaysian Bar’s press release here. Strange that the Malaysian Government does not seem to support the Court when we go around speaking up for and assisting victims of […]