Duterte Says The Philippines Is Leaving International Criminal Court
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 () Watch VideoPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he's pulling his country out of the International Criminal Court.
The ICC is in charge of investigating crimes like genocide and war crimes. It was established by the Rome Statute, which says countries can withdraw but that their departure doesn't take effect until a year...
On Wednesday, the Philippines said that it is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court due to what President Rodrigo Duterte called “outrageous” attacks by U.N. officials. Dutuerte has been examined by the ICC over a complaint filed by a Philippine lawyer accusing Duterte and top...
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