Kareem, ONE, June Sixteenth discussed on asymmetrical haircuts


Formerly the government is not going to cooperate. And i think that's even being said by government it's shows even if they hadn't it's unclear because any formal cooperation is in some sort of implicit acceptance of legitimacy of the of the process of things decision and this is something that the government of israel commodity or to do. That does not mean that it might not conveyed messages through third parties of talk extensively americans that were submitted with To requests under article ninety three the question of their state of palestine. What is some of these americans story. I probably prompted by the government without detracting. From from the authority. Responsibility of those submitted directly whether israel will impose sanctions on the icy sea as the us. Osama i don't know Does not have the power that the the us does. Not much of the us has the power that the us plans to have but of But it does raise interesting questions if we do not know if the state is not call rates with regard to its own Potential indictee would cooperating providing information about palestinian. And i think here the use of third parties would would probably be simplest so so i don't expect to see any direct involvement by the government. So sometimes you very open cooperation and sometimes we have you have unofficial cooperation okay. So when we saw the un factfinding mission. So it's not the acc but it's the goldstone mission of two thousand and nine or the professor schabas one of two thousand and fourteen. So officially israel was not cooperating. The the the the committee was not allowed to come in. But unofficially they were cooperating. So my own provisioning in this in this sense is that they will certainly provide evidence of the palestinians. I have no doubt about this. I'm mean i could imagine that they would provide evidence in this matter. And perhaps they. We tried to block the procedure Through a complimentary y'all chantal sharon and other people. I've been speaking to all had so much more to say i mean. There is an enormous depth of research. Been done in. This area are loads of people concerned. We know that there's a lot to discuss on how expectations again to be managed for example. What the practical difficulties around the investigations. But we thought we also just discussed some of the more mundane stuff. Let's just stop. What about the timing of this decision. What did you think steph. Well in a way it was surprise to me because first of all the court broke what journalists here called the friday night curse where every kind of major decision of the court seems to come on fridays after six pm so we were all very happy that this came through on a regular Wednesday on the other hand. I had kind of You know when you work for big news agency you always have these kind of lert up that if you have to send super speed reports you kind of always have them on top of your computering case. This decision comes out. And i had taken the been. Souda opens an investigation into palestine. Alert off the computer. Because i thought that she would possibly wait for the new prosecutor kareem. Khan whose due to come in june sixteenth and maybe they wouldn't announce anything new before he could look at it and say yes..

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