Lawyer: M'sian laws not sufficient to handle ICC-esque crimes

Hariz Mohd


The country's existing laws are not sufficient to handle the four major offences stipulated under the International Criminal Court (ICC), said a human rights lawyer.

According to Edmund Bon, the country would need to amend its Penal Code to cater to the crimes, namely genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and crimes of aggression, if it accedes to the Rome Statute of the ICC...

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