UN Probe Finds Myanmar Army Chief Guilty of Genocide, Calls for Prosecution
The army of Myanmar massively murdered and raped members of the Muslim Rohingya minority with “genocidal intention” last year, and the army top has to be tried for this.
That is what a research committee of the United Nations puts in a reliable report.
The civil government of Aung San Suu Kyi is also blamed, according to the UN Committee in the report published in Geneva on Monday.
The government has done far too little to protect the Rohingya and other religious and ethnic minorities in the Myanmar states of Rakhine, Kachin and Shan State against war crimes and crimes against humanity by the army.
The civilian government also admitted that there was widespread hatred against the Rohingya, including on the internet, and that incriminating documents were destroyed.
In this way, according to the committee, the government has contributed to the crimes of the army.