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Canada Philippines: Dutete will not cooperate with the CPI

14:40  15 june  2021
14:40  15 june  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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L E President Philippine Rodrigo Duterte "will never cooperate" with the survey of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on the Campaign for the fight against drug trafficking by the government that has made thousands of deaths, said its spokesperson on Tuesday.

The Courtyard, Fatou Bensouda, announced Monday having asked for an investigation into the allegations that officials from the Philippine National Police would have "illegally killed several thousand or even tens of thousands of civilians" between 2016 and 2019.

Mr Duterte had been elected in 2016 after a safe outrageous campaign, promising to eradicate drug trafficking by bringing tens of thousands of offenders.

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"The President will never cooperate until the end of his term on June 30, 2022," said Harry Roque, the president's spokesman.

These violence was the subject of a preliminary examination since February 8, 2018, which had pushed Mr. Duterte to withdraw his country from the ICC in 2019.

Ms. Bensouda, on the eve of the end of his term, indicated that the ICC remains competent to investigate crimes committed by non-member countries.

She said that "officials of the Philippine National Police, and other people acting with them, would have illegally killed several thousand or even tens of thousands of civilians."

Mr. Roque rejected these statements, believing that it is "insulting all the Filipinos" to suggest that the judicial system of the archipelago knew malfunctions.

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"We will be compared to countries like Darfur, regions where there is no capable government. It's not right," he said.

"If murders have occurred, the use of appropriate strength and violence have been respected", according to him.

The latest official figures report more than 6,000 deaths and more than 200,000 anti-drug operations within the archipelago, but human rights defenders believe that the actual number of killed is much higher.

In June 2020, a report from the United Nations Bureau of Human Rights had denounced that since 2016, the police have been encouraged, at the highest level, to kill alleged drug traffickers.

Thousands of them were slaughtered by police or masked shooters, according to the report that many suspects had been recorded on "drug surveillance lists" by local officials.

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