ICJ intervention in response to the update by the High Commissioner for human rights

The ICJ in the intervention on 11 December 2007 addressed the human rights situation in Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

It called on the Council and the international community to urge the Government of Sri Lanka and the LTTE to allow for international human rights monitoring and protection, and to urge the Government of Pakistan to lift the state of emergency, restore fully the Constitution and all rights under it, release and reinstate the Chief Justice and other judges who have refused to take the oath of office and repeal the laws and constitutional amendments made since 3 November 2007.

Response Update High Commissioner for HR-Position letters-2007 (full text, PDF)

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