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CRIMINAL OMISSION—THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLAINT

Introduction

It seems that the Commission has not outright rejected our Human Rights Complaint against the government of the Federal Republic of Germany (click here!), but that “certain primary criteria” have to be satisfied, before it can proceed. (See the letter from the High Commissioner of Human Rights, The Petition Unit, click here!) Among the criteria are, it may be assumed, that the “co-plaintiffs” must be “named” and “power of attorney” be ‘provided’ in order to ensure that they are properly ‘represented’. (Point 12 under “Considering your petition,” on the last page.)

Furthermore, apparently, we must “provide sufficient details as to the facts” of our case (for some further details see my recent publication on the 1950 Korean crisis. Click here), and define more specifically and accurately “how” our “rights under the relevant treaty have been violated,” i.e. our human right to peace. This obviously requires further expertise and gathering specific information about the legality of our case, and what its legal fundamentals are. (Point 13 under “Considering your petition.”) Only then will we be successful in getting the petition to be accepted. (Point 6 under “Considering your petition.”)

Dr. Klaus Schlichtmann
April 2016


1. Letter of Inquiry to Madame Navanethem Pillay of 18 November 2009
2. Letter to the Human Rights Commission dated 6 August 2011
3. Answer from the Human Rights Commission
4. Text of the Human Rights Complaint
5. 1950—how the opportunity for transitioning to U.N. Collective Security was missed for the first time