Independent report by Geoffrey Robertson QC into the proceedings of the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh

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An independent report by Geoffrey Robertson QC into the proceedings of the International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) in Bangladesh was published today. The report is the first of its kind and concludes that the Tribunal’s Procedures fall seriously short of international standards. See the report [here]

The views within the report do not necessarily reflect those of the BHRC.

Read BHRC’s past statements of concern in relation to the ICT in Bangladesh [here]

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