• The Legality of Force To Curb Human Right Atrocities:Case:Darfur,Sudan. Violation of human rights can not take priority over the dignity of the human

Publisher:
Lambert Academic Publishing
Publication date:
2012-11-01
Authors:

(I am Mbah Moumbe Fabrice, born in the Western part of Cameroon. I attended Saint Joseph College Sasse, Billingual Grammer School, Moliko and Christ The King College, Tiko where I obtained my Ordinary and Advanced Level Certificates. In 2009 and 2012, I had my first Degree(LL.B) and Masters Degree(LL.M) in Law from The University of Buea)
ISBN:
9783659274169

Description:

It is a thing to grief at when we see hundreds of thousands of people get to die in conflict zones without no actions taken. The UN Charter in its Article 2(4) favors territorial integrity, sovereignty and the political independence of states giving limited rooms for intervention in times of mass human rights violations as was the case of Sudan and the present case of Syria. The work is of the view that, human rights are exceptionally important and must be given safeguards at all time. The security council should be restructured in way that, resolutions will be able to do more good in the lives of innocent citizens in times of gross violation of the rights of men using their chapter vii powers dictatorial regimes defile the rights of the very people entrusted in their care. Hence, the sovereignty of the state will never be important than the protection of the right of man and the dignity of the human person.

MATERIAS: SOME ASPECTS OF LEGAL FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW, THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT THE CORE FOR RE-ADJUSTMENT, sovereignty, A MAJOR HINDRANCE