Commission of Inquiry believes the Eritrean regime has committed Crimes Against Humanity

Commission of Inquiry believes the Eritrean regime has committed Crimes Against Humanity

Commission of Inquiry calls Security Council to refer Eritrea's case to International Criminal Court

The commission calls for the Security Council to refer Eritrea's case to Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court for consideration, and recommended all members of the United Nation "to prosecute or extradite any individual suspected of international crimes present on their territory."

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Commission of Inquiry believes the Eritrean regime has committed Crimes Against Humanity
Commission of Inquiry on human rights in Eritrea (COI) has found reasonable evidence that would lead them to believe, the Eritrean regime has committed crimes against humanity.

The commission reported its findings yesterday, and depicted a vivid picture that under the Eritrean government administration “enslavement, imprisonment, enforced disappearance, torture, other inhumane acts, persecution, rape, and murder, have been committed in Eritrea since 1991.”

The commission calls for the Security Council to refer Eritrea’s case to Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court for consideration, and recommended all members of the United Nation “to prosecute or extradite any individual suspected of international crimes present on their territory.”

To read the full report, please click the following link.

http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/HRCouncil/CoIEritrea/A_HRC_32_47_AEV.pdf

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