The 15-member International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague is set to launch the case of Myanmar’s human rights violations against the Rohingyas.
The Gambia has filed the case with the top court of the United Nations, accusing Myanmar of committing genocide against its Rohingya Muslim minority, more than two years after some 750,000 Rohingyas fled a military crackdown in the Rakhine State.
The ICJ has Judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf of Somalia as its president and Judge Xue Hanqin of China as vice-president.
Judge Peter Tomka of Slovakia
Judge Ronny Abraham of France
Judge Mohamed Bennouna of Morocco
Judge Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade of Brazil
Judge Joan E Donoghue of United States of America
Judge Giorgio Gaja of Italy
Judge Julia Sebutinde of Uganda
Judge Dalveer Bhandari of India
Judge Patrick Lipton Robinson of Jamaica
Judge James Richard Crawford of Australia
Judge Kirill Gevorgian of Russian Federation
Judge Nawaf Salam of Lebanon
Judge Yuji Iwasawa of Japan