Friday, January 11, 2013

Terrorist Assad Arrest For His Crime

A letter drafted by Switzerland on behalf of more than 50 countries including Security Council members Britain and France urges the council to use its power to "ensure accountability" for crimes committed in Syria.
The letter obtained Friday by The Associated Press says the situation in Syria should be referred to the Hague-based war crimes tribunal "unless a credible, fair and independent accountability process" is established in Syria "in a timely manner."
Adrian Sollberger, a spokesman for Switzerland's U.N. mission in New York, says the letter will be submitted to the Security Council on Monday.

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All the signatory countries  list should be in public, so that the world can see which countries are supporting crimes against humanity!