Pakistan reels from widespread domestic outrage over loss of face at ICJ in Jadhav case


The Pakistan government today faced flak over its handling of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), with several legal experts questioning the strategy adopted and asking why it accepted the global court’s jurisdiction.

The Hague-based court, the UN’s highest judicial body, had yesterday stayed the execution of Jadhav, 46, considered to be a spy by Pakistan. The ruling triggered criticism of the the Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) for its “poor handling” and also for its choice of Khawar Qureshi, who represented Pakistan’s case before the ICJ. Read More…

 

 

Credit By: The Economic Times

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