The ICJ ruled today that it has the right to sue Myanmar. The military council defended it, but it didn’t think anything.
But this case will take a long time. If the ICJ ruled that there was a right to prosecute, the Gambia would have to continue to prosecute the genocide allegations. During the NLD government and the military council reign, The Gambia objected to the ICJ because they did not have the right to sue Myanmar. It will take several months for the Gambian military to complete the entire act of genocide. If it’s not appropriate, I think it will last long. It’s been years now, isn’t it? Two months later, after the ICJ finalizes the entire act, even if the Military Council refuses to accept it if it still exists, the dispute will have to be decided again at the UN Security Council. Min Aung Hlaing doesn’t seem too worried about the ICJ because the ICJ can’t hurt the military directly.