From the United Nations.. Saudi Arabia calls for an end to impunity for perpetrators of crimes against

From the United Nations.. Saudi Arabia calls for an end to impunity for perpetrators of crimes against
From the United Nations.. Saudi Arabia calls for an end to impunity for perpetrators of crimes against

In her speech before the Legal Committee, she emphasized that it represents a noble aim of achieving justice

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has affirmed that confronting crimes against humanity, and the discussion that includes the issue of combating impunity, is a noble objective of achieving justice and the rule of law. Crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern in the international community.

This came in Saudi Arabia’s speech before the Sixth Committee (Legal Committee) at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, during the discussion of item (83) on the prevention and punishment of crimes against humanity, delivered by the head of the Legal Committee in the permanent Saudi delegation to the United Nations, Counselor Nidaa Abu Ali. yesterday.

Abu Ali stressed the need to implement the principle of accountability and put an end to the impunity of the perpetrators of these crimes, stressing Saudi Arabia’s support for ways to achieve and achieve justice as prescribed in internal regulations and legislation and international agreements signed, and within the framework of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, in order to achieve the agreed goal, which is Combating impunity and cracking down on criminals as much as possible, which is what all states and international organizations must cooperate in and strive to achieve in order to achieve and implement justice.

She explained that with regard to the draft articles related to crimes against humanity and punishable by law, Saudi Arabia reiterates its position on the need to take into account the need to take into account not resorting to the creation of new definitions that may cause confusion in the interpretation and concept of these terms, and stressed the importance of unifying the definitions contained in the relevant draft convention, such as slavery. and torture and enforced disappearance of persons in accordance with the relevant international conventions.

Abu Ali reiterated Saudi Arabia’s assertion that Article VII of the draft convention “preventing and punishable crimes against humanity”, represented in the establishment of national jurisdiction, requires each country to take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over the crimes covered by the draft articles, as well as Article 9 of the draft convention represented in Preliminary measures to be taken when the alleged offender is present, bearing in mind that the two articles include an expansion of the concept and scope of the principle of universal jurisdiction.

She noted that this principle is still subject to study and discussion in the framework of the meetings of the Legal Committee concerned with the study and discussion of the principle of universal jurisdiction and its application in the framework of the work of the United Nations General Assembly, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia considers the importance of considering examining the matter of judicial procedures considered by countries in their national legislation to combat Escaping from the Punishment; This is in light of the discrepancy between states in their current applications, and the different paths in force in states, taking into account not to deviate from the principles adopted in the Charter of the United Nations and international law, especially the principle of state sovereignty and immunity, and equality between them in that.

At the conclusion of the speech, the Chairperson of the Legal Committee of the Saudi Permanent Delegation to the United Nations stressed the keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to establish solid rules of law stemming from the purposes and objectives of the United Nations Charter, leading to the achievement of international justice, security and peace.

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From the United Nations.. Saudi Arabia calls for an end to impunity for perpetrators of crimes against humanity

Saudi Press Agency (SPA)
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2021-10-16

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has affirmed that confronting crimes against humanity, and the discussion that includes the issue of combating impunity, is a noble objective of achieving justice and the rule of law. Crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern in the international community.

This came in Saudi Arabia’s speech before the Sixth Committee (Legal Committee) at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, during the discussion of item (83) on the prevention and punishment of crimes against humanity, delivered by the head of the Legal Committee in the permanent Saudi delegation to the United Nations, Counselor Nidaa Abu Ali. yesterday.

Abu Ali stressed the need to implement the principle of accountability and put an end to the impunity of the perpetrators of these crimes, stressing Saudi Arabia’s support for ways to achieve and achieve justice as prescribed in internal regulations and legislation and international agreements signed, and within the framework of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, in order to achieve the agreed goal, which is Combating impunity and cracking down on criminals as much as possible, which is what all states and international organizations must cooperate in and strive to achieve in order to achieve and implement justice.

She explained that with regard to the draft articles related to crimes against humanity and punishable by law, Saudi Arabia reiterates its position on the need to take into account the need to take into account not resorting to the creation of new definitions that may cause confusion in the interpretation and concept of these terms, and stressed the importance of unifying the definitions contained in the relevant draft convention, such as slavery. and torture and enforced disappearance of persons in accordance with the relevant international conventions.

Abu Ali reiterated Saudi Arabia’s assertion that Article VII of the draft convention “preventing and punishable crimes against humanity”, represented in the establishment of national jurisdiction, requires each country to take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over the crimes covered by the draft articles, as well as Article 9 of the draft convention represented in Preliminary measures to be taken when the alleged offender is present, bearing in mind that the two articles include an expansion of the concept and scope of the principle of universal jurisdiction.

She noted that this principle is still subject to study and discussion in the framework of the meetings of the Legal Committee concerned with the study and discussion of the principle of universal jurisdiction and its application in the framework of the work of the United Nations General Assembly, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia considers the importance of considering examining the matter of judicial procedures considered by countries in their national legislation to combat Escaping from the Punishment; This is in light of the discrepancy between states in their current applications, and the different paths in force in states, taking into account not to deviate from the principles adopted in the Charter of the United Nations and international law, especially the principle of state sovereignty and immunity, and equality between them in that.

At the conclusion of the speech, the Chairperson of the Legal Committee of the Saudi Permanent Delegation to the United Nations stressed the keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to establish solid rules of law stemming from the purposes and objectives of the United Nations Charter, leading to the achievement of international justice, security and peace.

October 16, 2021 – Rabi` al-Awwal 10, 1443

12:36 AM


In her speech before the Legal Committee, she emphasized that it represents a noble aim of achieving justice

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has affirmed that confronting crimes against humanity, and the discussion that includes the issue of combating impunity, is a noble objective of achieving justice and the rule of law. Crimes against humanity are among the most serious crimes of concern in the international community.

This came in Saudi Arabia’s speech before the Sixth Committee (Legal Committee) at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, during the discussion of item (83) on the prevention and punishment of crimes against humanity, delivered by the head of the Legal Committee in the permanent Saudi delegation to the United Nations, Counselor Nidaa Abu Ali. yesterday.

Abu Ali stressed the need to implement the principle of accountability and put an end to the impunity of the perpetrators of these crimes, stressing Saudi Arabia’s support for ways to achieve and achieve justice as prescribed in internal regulations and legislation and international agreements signed, and within the framework of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, in order to achieve the agreed goal, which is Combating impunity and cracking down on criminals as much as possible, which is what all states and international organizations must cooperate in and strive to achieve in order to achieve and implement justice.

She explained that with regard to the draft articles related to crimes against humanity and punishable by law, Saudi Arabia reiterates its position on the need to take into account the need to take into account not resorting to the creation of new definitions that may cause confusion in the interpretation and concept of these terms, and stressed the importance of unifying the definitions contained in the relevant draft convention, such as slavery. and torture and enforced disappearance of persons in accordance with the relevant international conventions.

Abu Ali reiterated Saudi Arabia’s assertion that Article VII of the draft convention “preventing and punishable crimes against humanity”, represented in the establishment of national jurisdiction, requires each country to take the necessary measures to establish its jurisdiction over the crimes covered by the draft articles, as well as Article 9 of the draft convention represented in Preliminary measures to be taken when the alleged offender is present, bearing in mind that the two articles include an expansion of the concept and scope of the principle of universal jurisdiction.

She noted that this principle is still subject to study and discussion in the framework of the meetings of the Legal Committee concerned with the study and discussion of the principle of universal jurisdiction and its application in the framework of the work of the United Nations General Assembly, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia considers the importance of considering examining the matter of judicial procedures considered by countries in their national legislation to combat Escaping from the Punishment; This is in light of the discrepancy between states in their current applications, and the different paths in force in states, taking into account not to deviate from the principles adopted in the Charter of the United Nations and international law, especially the principle of state sovereignty and immunity, and equality between them in that.

At the conclusion of the speech, the Chairperson of the Legal Committee of the Saudi Permanent Delegation to the United Nations stressed the keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to establish solid rules of law stemming from the purposes and objectives of the United Nations Charter, leading to the achievement of international justice, security and peace.

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