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Post by claud39 on Sat Sep 21, 2019 8:28 am

[size=36]Security Council Extends One-Year Mandate for Evidence-Based Investigation Team on ISIL (Da'esh) Crimes in Iraq[/size]


SEPTEMBER 20, 2019


Security Council Extends One-Year Mandate for Evidence-Based Investigation Team on ISIL (Da'esh) Crimes in Iraq SC%20slide












The Security Council decided this morning, with the unanimous approval of its 15 members, to extend until 21 September 2020 the mandate of the Special Adviser and the Team to gather evidence of acts constitute war crimes, crimes against humanity or crimes of genocide committed by ISIL (Da'esh) on Iraqi territory, in accordance with its resolution [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2379 (2017)]2379 (2017)[/url] . It responds to the request made by the Government of Iraq in its letter * dated 19 September 2019.

The 2490 resolution (2019) , adopted this morning, said that the Government of Iraq on 9 August 2017, requested the Secretary General with the international community to ensure that members EIIL (Daech) meet the crimes they committed in Iraq, including when these crimes were likely to constitute crimes against humanity. 


By resolution 2379 of 21 September 2017, the Security Council requested the Secretary-General to establish a team of investigators, headed by a special advisor, to support national efforts to bring ISIL (Daesh) to be accountable.


The mandate of the Team of Investigators is to collect, store and store evidence in Iraq of acts that constitute war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide committed by the terrorist group EIIL. (Daesh) in Iraq. The Team must be "impartial, independent and credible" and act "in accordance with this mandate, the United Nations Charter and United Nations best practices, and in accordance with applicable international law, including international human rights law. of man ".


In the text adopted this morning to renew the mandate of the Team, the Council decided that any further extension will be decided at the request of the Government of Iraq "or any other Government that requests the Team to collect evidence concerning acts likely to constitute war crimes, crimes against humanity or crimes of genocide committed by ISIL (Da'esh) on its territory, in accordance with its resolution  [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2379 (2017)]2379 (2017)[/url]  ".


The Council is, of course, still seized of the matter and the Special Adviser will have to continue to report to it every 180 days on the activities of the Team.


S / 2019/760


THREATS AGAINST INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY ( S / 2019/760 )
Text of the draft resolution (S / 2019/761)


The Security Council,


Reaffirming its resolutions [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/1265 (1999)]1265 (1999)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/1325 (2000)]1325 (2000)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/1368 (2001)]1368 (2001)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/1373 (2001)]1373 (2001)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/1624 (2005)]1624 (2005)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/1894 (2009)]1894 (2009)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2106 (2013)]2106 (2013)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2150 (2014)]2150 (2014)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2170 (2014)]2170 (2014)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2178 (2014)]2178 ( 2014)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2199 (2015)]2199 (2015)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2242 (2015)]2242 (2015)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2249 (2015)]2249 (2015)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2253 (2015)]2253 (2015)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2322 (2016)]2322 (2016)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2331 (2016)]2331 (2016)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2341 (2017)]2341 (2017)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2347 (2017)]2347 (2017)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2354 (2017)]2354 (2017)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2367 (2017)]2367 ( 2017)[/url] , [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2368 (2017)]2368 (2017)[/url]and [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2370 (2017)]2370 (2017)[/url] and the statements of his presidency on the matter,


Reaffirming its respect for the sovereignty, territorial integrity, independence and unity of Iraq, in accordance with the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations,
Recalling the global threat to the international peace and security of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Daesh), through its acts of terrorism, its violent extremist ideology, the flagrant attacks, ongoing and systematic attacks against civilians, violations of international humanitarian law and human rights abuses, particularly against women and children, including on religious and ethnic grounds, and its recruitment of foreign terrorist fighters, which it trains and poses a threat to all regions and Member States,


Condemning ISIL (Da'esh) acts of violence, including killings, kidnappings, hostage-taking, suicide bombings, and enslavement, the sale or other practices for the purpose of forced marriage, trafficking in human beings, rape, sexual slavery and other forms of sexual violence, recruitment and use of children, attacks on critical infrastructure, destruction of cultural heritage, including archaeological sites, and trafficking in cultural property,


Awarethat the commission of such acts, which may constitute war crimes, crimes against humanity or crimes of genocide, is an integral part of the ideology and strategic objectives of ISIL (Da'esh) and is used by the ISIL (Da'esh) as a terrorist tactic, and to hold ISIL (Da'esh) members accountable, 



especially those who bear the greatest responsibility, including those who direct the operations, which may include regional chiefs or middle-ranking chiefs, and those who command and commit crimes, will help expose the situation and may facilitate the fight against terrorism and violent extremism that can lead to terrorism,in particular by curbing the financing of the terrorist group EIIL (Daesh) and the uninterrupted influx of recruits from around the world into its ranks,

Welcoming the considerable efforts of the Government of Iraq to defeat ISIL (Da'esh), and recalling its letter to him and the Secretary-General, on 9 August 2017, in which he requested the assistance of the international community to ensure that ISIL (Da'esh) members respond to crimes they committed in Iraq, including when these crimes were likely to constitute crimes against humanity ( S / 2017/710 ) ,


1.    Reaffirms its resolution [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2379 (2017)]2379 (2017)[/url] , establishing the Team of Investigators, headed by a Special Adviser, and recalling the mandate it has approved ( S / 2018/119 );


2.    Takes note of the request made by the Government of Iraq in its letter dated 19 September 2019 ( S / 2019/760 ) and decides to extend the mandate of the Special Adviser and the Team until 21 September 2020; extension to be decided at the request of the Government of Iraq or any other Government requesting the Team to collect evidence of acts that may amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity or crimes of genocide committed by ISIL (Da'esh) on its territory, in accordance with its resolution [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2379 (2017)]2379 (2017)[/url] ;


3.    Requests the Special Adviser to continue to provide him with a report every 180 days on the activities of the Team;


4.    Decides to remain seized of the matter.








https://www.un.org/press/fr/2019/cs13958.doc.htm
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