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Rohingya crisis ruled as genocide by Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal

By Ali Mc, Published by Right Now on October 17th, 2017. In September, the International Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal ruled the current Rohingya crisis as unequivocally genocide, denouncing the United Nation’s use of the term ethnic cleansing as a “euphemism” with “no basis in international law.”

Tribunal finds Myanmar guilty of genocide

Written by Mark Tilly | Published by Khmer Times on September 29, 2017 The Permanent People’s Tribunal (PPT) on Myanmar last week found the Myanmar government guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The tribunal’s seven judges, comprising legal and human rights experts,

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Press Clips on PTOM from 19-25 September 2017

English Language (from most recent) “Myanmar Guilty of Genocide” (Red Flag, 25.Sept.2017) “Suu Kyi can’t ignore the People’s Tribunal” (Prothom-Alo, 24.Sept.2017) “Culpability through denial and inaction” (The Daily Star, 24.Sept.2017) “International Permanent People’s Tribunal Rules Rohingya Crisis as ‘Genocide’” (New Matilda, 24.Sept.2017) “Tribunal: Myanmar govt

‘Drastic situation’ for minorities in Myanmar

Published by REDFLAG on March 20, 2017 The Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, established in 1979, was set up to investigate violations of the rights of peoples. The tribunal convened at Queen Mary University in London in early March to hear evidence and testimony related to the

PPT inaugural tribunal on Myanmar atrocity crimes

Published by Astro Awani on February 24, 2017 THE Rome-based Permanent People’s Tribunal (PPT) will be holding the inaugural session of its first-ever Tribunal on Myanmar at Queen Mary University of London International State Crime Initiative on 6 and 7 March. The establishment of this