Forced marriage is against human rights, International court

Forced marriage is against human rights, International court

Sawkta : Sierra Leone | Dec 03, 2012 at 4:09 AM PST
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Prosecutor Fato Bin Soda, leader of international criminal court said on the inauguration of a five day conference of an international organization of women related to judiciary in Dakar, the capital of Senegal that, governments are organizations now seems to be more enthusiastic against sexual crimes and women torture. She said that she talks more about sexual crimes with women. She said that this progress depicts how world now see sexual crimes with women. According to Fato Bin Soda, all countries are ready to eradicate sexual crimes and the need of time is to find a solution to this problem. International crimes court is celebrating its 10th birthday this year. Presently 15 cases are under process. In the conference in Dakar, Bin Soda said that out of those 15 cases, 11 are related to sexual crimes which depict that in international crimes court, sexual crimes are given importance which was needed. In 1990 genocidal rape came under the resort category. Special court of Sierra Leone ruled forced marriage as a crime.

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