The ICJ hearings in the case Timor-Leste v. Australia which started on Monday have come to a conclusion. hese hearings were devoted to a request for the indication of provisional measures (read: Timor requested the Court to make an urgent decision to force Australia to give certain confidential documents back to Timor) submitted by Timor-Leste. The Court will now start its Deliberation process. The date of the delivery of the Court’s Order will be announced by the ICJ in due course. Continue reading
The International Court of Justice will open its hearings in the case Timor-Leste v. Australia today at 10am Central European Time (8pm EST). The proceedings will be available live on the ICJ Multimedia Gallery and UNwebTV.
As the latest escalation in Syria “has raised the spectre of chemical warfare,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged members of the Security Council to explore all diplomatic options to bring all Syrian parties to the negotiating table, stressing there is no military solution to the crisis. “We must pursue all avenues to get the parties to the negotiating table Continue reading
The public hearings in the case concerning Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening) were concluded on Tuesday, 16 July. The Court will now begin its deliberation. During the hearings, which opened on 26 June 2013 at the Peace Palace, seat of the Court, the delegation of Australia was led by Continue reading
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, started its hearings in the case concerning Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia vs. Japan; New Zealand intervening). The ICJ started by first hearing the arguments of Australia. These hearings will continue until 16 July 2013. ICJ judgements are final and binding upon the Parties. Continue reading