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Letter to Prime Minister Rajoy from Tibet Justice Center

Filed in Universal jurisdiction by on January 22, 2014
Letter to Prime Minister Rajoy from Tibet Justice Center

Tibet Justice Center has sent a letter to the Spanish Prime Minister, expressing deep concern about reports in Spain’s main national daily newspaper that the Spanish government intends to limit the independence of Spain’s judiciary. Reportedly, this move is due to political pressure from China, related to the ground-breaking universal jurisdiction lawsuit on Tibet being […]

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El Pais – Judge Moreno sidesteps arrest warrants against top-ranking Chinese Party members (English)

Filed in Legal news, Uncategorized, Universal jurisdiction by on January 22, 2014
El Pais – Judge Moreno sidesteps arrest warrants against top-ranking Chinese Party members (English)

The judge “consults” the Fourth Section of the Audiencia Nacional’s Criminal Court El Pais, 9 Jan 2014 *Please note this is an unverified translation. The original article can be found in Spanish here: http://politica.elpais.com/politica/2014/01/09/actualidad/1389299258_890415.html Almost two months after the Fourth Section of the Audiencia Nacional’s Criminal Court issued a writ on 18 November for the […]

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El Pais – Rajoy government bids to halt Tibet case against Chinese officials

Filed in Uncategorized, Universal jurisdiction by on January 22, 2014
El Pais – Rajoy government bids to halt Tibet case against Chinese officials

Rajoy government bids to halt Tibet case against Chinese officials Spain plans to reduce judiciary’s powers in universal justice cases after Beijing warned of damaged relations El Pais 16 Dec 2013 Spain fears China crisis over Tibet court case In an effort to head off a diplomatic crisis, the Popular Party (PP) government is planning […]

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November 2013: Important developments in Universal Jurisdiction case against Chinese leaders

Filed in Legal news, Universal jurisdiction by on November 28, 2013 0 Comments
November 2013: Important developments in Universal Jurisdiction case against Chinese leaders

Less than a month after the Spanish National Court indicted former Chinese President Hu Jintao on charges including crimes against humanity, torture and genocide against the people and country of Tibet, the same court has issued arrest warrants for four other ex-Chinese leaders accused within the same criminal case, including former President Jiang Zemin and […]

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