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Statements on ICT

Please see below for statements on the International Crimes Tribunal and the current crisis in Bangladesh by international bodies including Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International.

Human Rights Organisations

Human Rights Watch: End Violence over War Crimes Trial (1/3/13)

Odhikar Statement on Bangladesh Crisis (5/3/13)

The Bar Human Rights Committee on Sayedee verdict (4/3/13)

Amnesty International: Bangladesh: Resist pressure to push for hasty death sentences at war crimes tribunal  (22/2/13)

Human Rights Watch: Post Trial Amendments Taint War Crimes Process (14/2/13)

Human Rights Watch: Bangladesh Backtracks on Rights

The United Nations
Failure to Comply with Recommendations on Freedom of Expression and Information

UN Special Rapporteur ‘alarmed’ at human rights concerns [2013]

UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Condemns ICT [2013]

IHRC Action Alert on Ghulam Azam (25/2/13)

Human Rights Watch Investigate Alleged Abduction of War Crimes Witness (13/11/12)

Human Rights Watch: End Harassment of Defense Counsel (17/10/12)

Legal bodies 

International Commission of Jurist on need for justice over revenge in response to Sayedee verdict

Bar Human Rights Committee on ICT

International Centre for Transitional Justice: Fighting past impunity in Bangladesh (July 2010)

 

Public Figures

Rushanara Ali, MP for Bethnal Green and Bow

FCO statement on ICT verdict

Anwar Ibrahim Press Statement

Eric Avebury on Abduction of Defence Witness

US Ambassador at Large for  War Crimes Issues on ICT

En Nahda statement on War Crimes Trial

Islamic Authorities

IUMS statement (Sheikh Qaradawi) 


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