Colombia will contribute to the ICC lawsuit against Netanyahu | News
The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, announced this Thursday that his country will contribute to Algeria's complaint filed before the International Criminal Court (ICC) against the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, for the massacre against the Palestinian people.
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He indicated that the Foreign Minister of Colombia, Álvaro Leyva, will meet this Friday with the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, to discuss the issue of monitoring the lawsuit.
The Republic of Colombia will contribute to the complaint by the Republic of Algeria filed before the International Criminal Court for war crimes against Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu in light of the massacre of children and civilians of the Palestinian people that he has produced.
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November 9, 2023
Algerian lawyer Abdelmadjid Marari reported that the Government of Algeria presented this Thursday, at the ICC headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands, a class action lawsuit against the Israeli ruler for his war crimes that he is committing in Gaza.
The lawsuit, which documents all crimes committed by the occupation forces in Palestine, especially crimes of genocide, was prepared by civil society activists and a group of lawyers.
Going to the ICC arose in response to the appeal made by the president of Algeria, Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
Tebboune called on Arab legal experts and human rights bodies and organizations to file the complaint with the ICC in order to hold Israel accountable for its policy of genocide against Palestine.
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