The International Criminal Court (ICC) is currently being asked to take action against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his ministers. Lawyers, meanwhile, have slammed their regime for “systematic war crimes”. And the evidence is overwhelming. Action through the ICC is the usual way to prosecute a government for crimes against humanity. Because Turkey is not a party to the ICC, Erdoğan and his regime are currently immune. But that doesn’t mean that the ICC has to ignore their crimes.
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