Spain amends law to abolish court’s universal justice power

May 21, 2014 4:34 am0 comments

(, Mar14, 2014) – As in the lower house in Feb 2014, an amendment of the law to severely curtail the power of the judiciary to try crimes against humanity cases no matter where they are committed was passed by the Spanish Senate on Mar 12 with votes only of […]

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Spanish socialists to appeal constitutional validity of curtailing court’s universal justice power

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(, Mar09, 2014) – The ruling conservative Popular Party may have got the law it seeks under intense pressure from China to annul the ongoing two Tibet genocide lawsuits being heard by the country’s National Court after it fast-tracked the legislative procedure for the purpose. However, the opposition Socialist Party […]

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US Report: Rights violation in Tibet severe throughout 2013

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(, Mar02, 2014) – The US State Department said Feb 27 that Chinese repression in Tibet was severe throughout 2013, six days after President Barack Obama welcomed Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in the White House. The finding is contained in a special Tibet section of the department’s […]

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China criticizes US appointment of Tibet coordinator

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(, Feb25, 2014) – China said Feb 24 that it will never recognize the appointment of Dr Sarah Sewall as the new US coordinator for Tibetan issues. Her appointment to this post came with her appointment as the Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights. “We have never […]

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UN urges Nepal to register Tibetan refugees

April 19, 2014 4:07 am0 comments

(, Apr12, 2014) – Reviewing the country’s compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), a key component of the global bill of rights, the UN Human Rights Committee on Apr 10 urged Nepal to register long staying Tibetans and to ensure that all Tibetans who may […]

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