Here are some of the statements in their broad strokes: The genocide of Armenians is the first of the 20th century. The recognition of the genocide is necessary to ask for redress.
Set out in this way, these statements call for the following observations: The genocide of Namas and Hereros, tribes in Namibia, by Imperial Germany from 1904 to 1908, preceded that of the Armenians.
The ICC intervenes only upon the request of national authorities, in absence of relevant domestic judicial capabilities, and in case of conflict of interest, when local authorities refuse to try them. The main target of the prosecution was Hermann Göring (at the left edge on the first row of benches), considered to be the most important surviving official in the Third Reich after Hitler’s death.
Genocide and the Bad Track of Criminal Law Neither the Armenian Genocide nor the genocide of Jews is, according to present judicial practice and legal principles, eligible to qualify for the legal definition of genocide.Genocide is a crime — the ultimate form of a crime against humanity. The Convention for the Prevention and Repression of this Crime is now universal, dating back to 1948, and domestic laws have since incorporated genocide into their penal codes.