Should the UN move a motion against India and Bangladesh for crimes against humanity?

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  • 1 month ago

    Generally, charges of crimes against humanity are laid against individuals of a regime or members of a specific group. You can’t charge a country with a crime against humanity. 

    Racial discrimination is a big part of crimes against humanity but you are unlikely to be pulled in front of the International Court of Justice because you are not part of a organisation who are subjugating people (that we know of, it’s possible you have ties to neo-Nazi groups). It would fall on the Australian judicial system to deal with you, not the international courts. 

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