Sri Lanka Urged to Accept the International Criminal Court as Human Rights Issues Raised in Geneva Conference.   

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The Sri Lankan government has refused a request made by the five countries to accept International Court of Justice in the 37th UNHRC session in Geneva. Allegations have been made for war crimes and human rights violations in Sri Lanka during the past civil war.

Although the process of justice regarding disappearances and abductions is on-going, the government has been compelled to continue to engage in the process of international justice under the United Nations’ International Treaty.

Five countries including Latvia, Estonia, Macedonia, Australia requested Sri Lanka to comply with the trials in the International war in connection with war crimes and other charges.   The government has refused the request stating that it allows the Court to act against 20 Military Officers who don’t even have an investigation against with the Human Rights Council in Geneva.