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CRU - Estados del Océano Pacífico, Oriente Medio y África del Norte
La Coalición por la Corte Penal Internacional exhorta a Baréin, Marruecos, Kiribati, Micronesia, Niue, Palau, Papúa Nueva Guinea, las Islas Salomón, Tonga y Tuvalu a integrarse al Estatuto de Roma de la Corte Penal Internacional tan pronto como sea posible.

Al cumplirse doce años desde la aprobación del Estatuto, los Estados del Océano Pacífico aún deben adoptar medidas encaminadas a integrarse al instrumento constitutivo de la Corte. En la actualidad son ocho los Estados Partes de la región: Australia, las Islas Cook, Fiyi, las Islas Marshall, Nauru, Nueva Zelanda, Samoa y Vanuatu. A pesar de que cuentan con escasa representación en la Corte, los Estados del Océano Pacífico persisten en su empeño por fomentar la integración regional a la Corte y por incorporar el Estatuto a su derecho interno. La Coalición insta a todos los Estados del Océano Pacífico ajenos al Estatuto a avanzar en su pronta ratificación o adhesión y así ingresar a este sistema de justicia internacional.

En Oriente Medio y África del Norte, lograr más ratificaciones y adhesiones brindará a los Estados una mayor capacidad de participar en la labor de la Corte. Del mismo modo, mediante más ratificaciones y adhesiones se profundizará el afán internacional de dotar a la Corte de imparcialidad, efectividad e independencia.

Oriente Medio y África del Norte constituyen la región menos representada en la Corte. De la Liga Árabe, a la que pertenecen 22 Estados, sólo cuatro son Estados Partes al Estatuto de Roma: las Islas Comoras, Yibuti, Jordania y Túnez. Sin embargo, pese a su escasa representación, se observa una creciente voluntad regional de participar en la lucha contra la impunidad. La Coalición cuenta hoy en día con alrededor de 250 organizaciones miembros que operan prácticamente en cada uno de los Estados de la región. Al concentrar su labor regional en la sociedad civil (incluyendo a los gobernantes, parlamentarios y a los medios de comunicación), la Coalición procura lograr más incorporaciones al tratado y así la plena aplicación del Estatuto de Roma dentro de los Estados de la región.

Por tanto, la Coalición exhorta a Baréin y Marruecos a incorporarse al Estatuto de Roma y a respaldar íntegramente la primera corte permanente e independiente capaz de investigar y llevar a la justicia a los autores de las violaciones más atroces de derecho internacional: crímenes de guerra, crímenes de lesa humanidad y genocidio.

¡Actúa ya!

Solicita a Baréin, Marruecos, Kiribati, Micronesia, Niue, Palau, Papúa Nueva Guinea, Islas Salomón, Tonga y Tuvalu que se incorporen al Estatuto de Roma tan pronto como sea posible. http://www.mofa.gov.bh/Default.aspx?tabid=3307

Pueden utilizarse las siguientes cartas como guía para cada región. Recuerda enviarlas con copia a todos los contactos que figuran a continuación y con copia a [email protected].

Toda carta enviada en el marco de esta campaña por una persona ajena al Secretariado de la Coalición debe escribirse en nombre propio o en nombre de la organización a la que el remitente pertenezca, es decir, no debe escribirse en nombre de la Coalición. Esto se aplica también a los miembros de coaliciones nacionales o regionales de la Coalición.

PARA LOS ESTADOS DEL OCÉANO PACÍFICO
Your Excellency:

I am writing to you to respectfully call on your government to promptly ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. With the recent accession to the Rome Statute by the Government of Vanuatu in December 2011, Pacific states continue to show their growing commitment toward the fight against impunity. While currently only eight of the sixteen Pacific states have joined the ICC, it is heartening to witness that efforts toward implementation of the Rome Statute among Pacific states continue to move forward. These include the enactment by Samoa in late 2007 of its ICC implementation Act and the drafting by Fiji of its own ICC implementation bill.

Your Excellency, the promotion of human rights is a core principle that has guided the paths of many Pacific nations. Particularly noteworthy is the recent inclusion of this principle within the Pacific Plan as enacted by the Pacific Islands Forum. The Rome Statute system, which operates on the basis of the principle of complementarity, allows national judicial systems to incorporate the promotion and protection of human rights as guided by the provisions of the Rome Statute, thus contributing toward the prevention of gross human rights violations.

Your Excellency, throughout its nine years of existence, the Court has proven its invaluable contribution to the international rule of law and the fight against impunity. The Court's current investigations in Uganda, Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Kenya, Libya and Cote d’Ivoire signify that it is moving forward in its crucial work to end impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Furthermore, its preliminary examinations in Afghanistan, Colombia, Palestine, Georgia, Nigeria, Honduras, Republic of Korea and Guinea are a clear manifestation of the wide scope of the Court's jurisdiction.

I urge your Excellency to use your good offices to ensure your country’s ratification of the Rome Statute as soon as possible.

Sincerely,


Los destinatarios de la carta son:

Kiribati
H.E. Mr. Anote Tong
President and Minister of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Trade
Post Office Box 68
Bairiki
Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati
Fax: +686 21466 /+686 21145

H.E. Mrs. Teima Onorio
Vice President and Minister of Commerce, Industry and Co-operatives
Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Co-operatives
POB 510
Betio
Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati
Fax: +686 26233

Micronesia
H.E. Mr. Emanuel Mori, President of the Federated States of Micronesia
Office of the President
PS53, Palikir, Pohnpei State, FM 96941
Federated States of Micronesia
Fax: (691) 320-2785

The Hon. Lorin S. Robert, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
P.O. Box PS-123
Palikir, Pohnpei FM 96941
Federated States of Micronesia
Fax: (691) 320-2933

The Hon. Mr. Maketo Robert, Minister of Justice
Ministry of Justice
PS105, Palikir, Pohnpei State, FM 96941
Federated States of Micronesia
Fax: (691) 320-2234

H.E. Ms. Jane J. Chigiyal, Permanent Representative to the UN
Permanent Mission of the Federated States of Micronesia
820 Second Avenue, Suite 17A
New York, NY 10017
Fax: (212) 697-8295

Niue
The Hon. Toke Tufukia Talagi, Premier & Chairman of Cabinet
PO Box 40, Alofi, NIUE
Fax: (683) 4232

The Hon. Halene Kupa Magatogia, Minister of Justice
Ministry of Justice
PO Box 75
Alofi, NIUE
Fax: (683) 4231

H.E. President Ahohiva Levi, Head of the Legislative Assembly
Assembly Chambers
P.O. Box 40
Fale Fono, Alofi, NIUE
Fax: (+683) 4344

Palau
H.E Johnson Toribiong, President
Office of the President
P.O. Box 100
Koror, Republic of Palau
Fax: (680) 488 1662

The Hon. Johnny C. Gibbons, Minister of Justice
Ministry of Justice
PO Box 100
Madalaii, Republic of Palau
Fax: (680) 488-4567

H.E. Mr. Stuart Beck, Permanent Representative to the UN
Permanent Mission of the Republic of Palau to the United Nations
866 United Nations Plaza, Suite 575
New York, NY 10017
Fax: (212) 813-0317
Email: [email protected]

Papúa Nueva Guinea
The Hon. Peter O Neill, Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister
PO Box 6605
Boroko, Papua New Guinea
Fax: (675) 27 6540

The Hon. Rigo MP Ano Pala, Minister of Justice
Department of Justice and Attorney General
P.O. Box 591, WAIGANI, NCD
Papua New Guinea
Fax: (675)323 3661
[email protected]
[email protected]

H.E. Mr. Robert Guba Aisi, Permanent Representative to the UN
Permanent Mission of Papua New Guinea to the UN
201 East 42nd Street, Suite 2411
New York, NY 10017
Fax: (212) 557-5009
[email protected]

Islas Salomón
H.E. Mr. Danny Philip, Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister
POB G1
Honiara, Solomon Islands
Fax: (677) 28649

The Hon. Peter Shanel Agovaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Relations
P. O. Box G10, Honiara, Solomon Islands
Fax: (677) 20-351

The Hon. Laurie Chan, Minister of Justice
Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs
P.O. Box G404
Honiara
Solomon Islands
Fax: (677) 28 423/ (677) 2 2148

H.E. Mr. Collin D. Beck, Permanent Representative to the UN
Permanent Mission of Solomon Islands to the United Nations
800 Second Avenue, Suite 400L
New York, NY 10017
Fax: (212) 661-8925
Email: [email protected]

Tonga
Lord Tu'ivakano, Prime Minister
1st Floor,Otto Sanft & Sons Building,
Western Corner of Taufa'ahau Road and Wellington Road,
Nuku'alofa.
P.O. Box 1380, Nuku'alofa,
Kingdom of Tonga
Email: [email protected]
Fax: +676 24861

H.E. Mr. Sonatane Tu’akinamolahi Taumoepeau-Tupou, Permanent Representative to the UN
Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Tonga to the United Nations
250 East 51st Street
New York, NY 10022
Tel: (917) 369-1025
Fax: (917) 369-1024
Email: [email protected]

Tuvalu
H.E. Mr. Willie TELAVI, Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister
Private Mail Bag
Vaiaku
Funafuti
Fax: (+688) 20101, (+688) 20100

The Hon Apisai Ielemia, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Tourism, Environment, and Labour
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Vaiaku
Funafuti
Fax: (688) 20820

H.E. Mr. Afelee F. Pita, Permanent Representative of Tuvalu to the United Nations
Permanent Mission of Tuvalu to the United Nations
800 Second Avenue, Suite 400D
New York, NY 10017
Fax: (212) 810-4435, 808-4975
Email: [email protected]


Baréin

Solicita en tu carta al Rey de Baréin que su Estado se incorpore al Estatuto de Roma y al Acuerdo sobre Privilegios e Inmunidades de la Corte Penal Internacional.

Your Majesty:

I am writing to urge you to ensure the Bahrain’s ratification of the Rome Statute of the ICC as soon as possible.

The Coalition commends Bahrain for signing the Rome Statute of the ICC on 11 December 2000, soon after the Treaty was finalized on 17 July 1998. As you well know, the Rome Statute came into force in July 2002 and now has the support of more than half of the world’s nations. With Vanuatu’s accession to the Rome Statute on 2 December 2011, 120 states have now acceded to or ratified the treaty. Continuing to secure universal acceptance of the Court remains an important objective that will ensure that the ICC is able to operate effectively.

Your Excellency, throughout its nine years of existence, the Court has proven its invaluable contribution to the international rule of law and the fight against impunity. The Court's current investigations in Uganda, Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Kenya, Libya and Cote d’Ivoire signify that it is moving forward in its crucial work to end impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Furthermore, its preliminary examinations in Afghanistan, Colombia, Palestine, Georgia, Nigeria, Honduras, Republic of Korea and Guinea are a clear manifestation of the wide scope of the Court's jurisdiction.

I urge your Excellency to use your good offices to ensure your country’s ratification of the Rome Statute as soon as possible.

Los destinatarios de la carta son:

H.M. Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
King of Bahrain
Office of His Majesty the King
PO Box 555
Rifa’a Palace, Al Manama, Bahrain
Fax: +973 176 64 587

H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa
Prime Minister of Bahrain
Office of the Prime Minister
PO Box 1000
Al Manama, Bahrain
Tel: +973 1 720 0000
Fax: +973 175 33 033

H.E. Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifah
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
P.O. Box 547
Government Road
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel: +973 1 722 7555
Fax: +973 1 721 2603
Web: http://www.mofa.gov.bh

H.E. Sheikh Khalid bin Ali bin Abdullah Al Khalifa
Minister of Justice and Islamic Affairs
Ministry of Justice and Islamic Affairs
P.O. Box 13
Al Manama, Bahrain
or
PO Box 450
Diplomatic Area, Al Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel: +973 1 751 3000/ 1 781 2812
Fax: +973 1 753 6343/ 1 781 2801
Web: http://www.moj.gov.bh/

H.E. Mr. Jamal Fares Alrowaiei
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Permanent Mission of Bahrain to the United Nations
866 Second Avenue, 14th and 15th Floors
New York, NY 10017
Tel: +1 212 223 6200
Fax: +1 212 319 0687/223-6206
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.mofa.gov.bh/Default.aspx?tabid=3307


Marruecos

Solicita en tu carta al Rey de Marruecos que su Estado se incorpore al Estatuto de Roma y al Acuerdo sobre Privilegios e Inmunidades de la Corte Penal Internacional.
Your Majesty:

I am writing to urge you to ensure the Morocco’s ratification of the Rome Statute of the ICC as soon as possible.

The Coalition commends Morocco for signing the Rome Statute of the ICC on 8 September 2000, soon after the Treaty was finalized on 17 July 1998. As you well know, the Rome Statute came into force in July 2002 and now has the support of more than half of the world’s nations. With Vanuatu’s accession to the Rome Statute on 2 December 2011, 120 states have now acceded to or ratified the treaty. Continuing to secure universal acceptance of the Court remains an important objective that will ensure that the ICC is able to operate effectively.

Your Excellency, throughout its nine years of existence, the Court has proven its invaluable contribution to the international rule of law and the fight against impunity. The Court's current investigations in Uganda, Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Kenya, Libya and Cote d’Ivoire signify that it is moving forward in its crucial work to end impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Furthermore, its preliminary examinations in Afghanistan, Colombia, Palestine, Georgia, Nigeria, Honduras, Republic of Korea and Guinea are a clear manifestation of the wide scope of the Court's jurisdiction.
I urge your Excellency to use your good offices to ensure your country’s ratification of the Rome Statute as soon as possible.

Sincerely,

Los destinatarios de la carta son:

His Majesty King Mohamed VI
King of Morocco
Bureau de Sa Majesté le Roi
Palais Royal
Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco
Fax: +212 5 37 76 85 15/73 07 72
Web: http://www.maroc.ma/portailinst/Ar

H.E. Mr. Abdelilah Benkirane
Prime Minister
Office of the Prime Minister
Palais Royalm Touarga
Rabat, Morocco
Tel: +212 5 37 77 47 77/+212 5 37 76 38 04/17 63
Fax: +212 5 37 76 17 77/99 95/86 56
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.pm.gov.ma

H.E. Mr. Saad-Eddine El Othmani
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, Rabat, Morocco
Tel: +212 5 37 76 11 23/15 83/21 95
Fax: +212 5 37 76 55 08/46 79
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Web: http://www.maec.gov.ma/

H.E. Mr. Mustafa Ramid
Minister of Justice and Liberties
Ministry of Justice and Liberties
Place Mamounia, Rabat, Morocco
Tel: +212 5 37 73 44 68/ 28 83
Fax: +212 5 37 72 37 10/47 25
Web: http://www.justice.gov.ma/

H.E. Mr. Mohammed Loulichki
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Morocco to the UN
866 Second Ave, 6th and 7th Floors
New York, NY 10017
Tel: +1 212 421 1580
Fax: +1 212 980 1512/421 7826
Email: [email protected]

Web: www.morocco-un.org/
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