June 1, 2023

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Sweeping sweeping arrest warrant against Putin and Nigeria: “a political act”

Russia fails to capture Bakhmut and Ukraine prepares for a counterattack, while Xi Jinping’s peace plan proposed by China dusts the table and the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, pursues an arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court. in The Hague for war crimes over the deportation of thousands of Ukrainian children. Journalist and reporter Alberto Negri, guest of Piazzapulita, in an interview with La7 on Thursday March 23, explained the meaning of the move: “The criterion is simple and the war in Yugoslavia tells us very well. In 1996 peace was made with Milosevic, the same man who was arrested in 2002 and transferred to The prison in The Hague is where he will die.”

In short: Negotiating an end to conflict is always done with the enemy. However, Negri added an interesting detail: “With regard to war crimes, the International Criminal Court has been accepted by 123 countries, while the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child has been signed by 180 countries (In fact 196, the United States has signed the NDA, but has not ratified it). This means that even if there is no conviction by the criminal court, under that agreement the person can be arrested. It is definitely a political act.”

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