The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) confirmed on Tuesday die Life sentence of the former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic for genocide, crimes against die Humanity and War Crimes During the Bosnian War 1992-95.
The International Criminal Court with seat in The Hague said that “die Appeals Chamber die life sentence against Mladic confirmed “and declined die Appeal, die this after his conviction, especially for genocide, because of his role in the Srebrenica had filed massacres.
Tuesday’s verdict means the former general who terrorized Bosnia during the war will spend the rest of his life in prison. He is die last great personality, die yourself in the conflict that ended more than a quarter of a century ago that brings justice.
Chaired by Zambian judge Priska Matemba Nyambe, the court dismissed Mladic’s appeal “in its entirety “back and confirmed die lifelong prison sentence.
It also denied prosecutors appeal against Mladic’s acquittal on another genocide-related charge of ethnic cleansing earlier in the war.
Mladic is serving a life sentence with former Bosnian Serb politician Radovan Karadzic for ethnic bloodshed in the Bosnian War, in which more than 100,000 people were killed and millions more were displaced.
Known as the “Butcher of Bosnia”, Mladic commanded it die Forces, die were responsible for atrocities die from “ethnic cleansing campaigns” about die The siege of Sarajevo reached the bloody climax of the war in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Bosnia is still divided by its poisonous legacy. For Bosnian Serbs, Mladic is a hero who fought to protect his people. For die Bosniaks, one of them die Most are Muslims, he always will in primarily for their sufferings and losses in Be responsible in times of war.
The European Union commented die decision in a statement that die Sentencing Mladic “a delicate case related to recent war crimes in puts an end to contemporary European history “. The European Union called on all parties in the Balkans to die To respect decisions of the International Criminal Court.
The United Nations also welcomed die Decision of the international judiciary, die Confirm Mladic’s life sentence announced by High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet.
In a joint statement with the United Nations Special Adviser on die Genocide Prevention, Alice Wyrimu Ndereto, told Bachelet that the verdict “die Expresses determination of the international judiciary to hold account, no matter how long it takes – and in Mladic’s case fast three “decades have passed since his heinous crimes.”
In turn, US President Joe Biden welcomed the meeting die Confirmation of the “historic” verdict against Mladic. “This historical judgment shows that those die Committing outrageous crimes, actually being held accountable for their deeds, ”said Biden in an explanation.
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