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In the midst of rising terrorism and conflicts that have became an issue of global concern, an initiative has been taken by the chief justices, judges and legal luminaries from different countries who gathered for a press conference in the Capital to support the demand for Enforceable International Law. They laid emphasis on the need to elect a world parliament which will frame world laws that will be implemented by a world government and world court will interpret them.
Around 150 participants from 65 countries including India were participating in the 12th International Conference of Chief Justices of the World....
The press conference was headed by Justice AS Qureshi, chairman of the reception committee, New Delhi and a former judge of Gujarat High Court. “World judiciary can force the leaders of the world to come together and form a world parliament to enforce world law and constitute a world government,” shared Justice Qureshi while addressing the legal dignitaries and media at the Constitution Club.
....Qureshi observed, “I’m happy to see that over the last 10 years, there is an increasing participation by judges from Latin America, Asia and Africa. This is the reflection of increasing awareness among the people. But I must say that there is still lack of participation by the European countries. There is an urgent need to realise the importance of unity of humankind and peace in the world. Thus, there is an urgent need for a legally constituted law-making body for enacting enforceable international or world law that is applicable to all the countries of the world at the same time. As only it can ensure unity of humankind...."
Justice Benjamin Odoki, Chief Justice of Uganda, said, “The future of over two billion children in the world can’t be ignored. It is imperative for their bright future that we take steps to enact world law as soon as possible.”
Meanwhile Justice Fredrick Egonda-Ntende, Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Seychelles, observed, “It is a wonderful opportunity for the judges of the world to be a part of a noble cause and to strive for democratic new world order with a world Government.”
Originally posted by Majiq
reply to post by lonewolf19792000
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