Human Rights Watch on siting accountability for Syria atrocities

icc1‘What makes ICC involvement so critical is the reality that atrocities have been committed on both sides. It’s imperative that you have impartial application of the law.’

– Richard Dicker, director of the international justice program of Human Rights Watch, arguing for an International Criminal Court referral of Syria and pushing back against an unofficial proposal for a special  tribunal. My Saturday post on the potential role of the ICC in the Syria situation is here.

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