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International Criminal Court (ICC) member states should arrest and avoid all non-essential contact with ICC fugitive Omar al-Bashir at a summit of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on 6-7 March 2016.
Indonesia and Malaysia—two influential Southeast Asian states—have each pledged to join the ICC, but so far neither has followed through on their promises. With that in mind, our Coalition met with MPs from both countries to analyze what’s preventing Indonesia … Continue reading
In a welcome rebuke to fugitives from international justice, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir cancelled a visit to Indonesia this week, reportedly after several countries denied him access to their airspace.
In a welcome rebuke to fugitives from international justive, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir was forced to cancel a trip to Indonesia at the last minute this week.
BashirWatch is calling on Indonesia to withdraw an invitation to Omar Al-Bashir to an Asia-Africa summit next month, or to arrest and transfer the Sudanese president to the ICC if he enters the country.