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Old November 12, 2012, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Navo
Of course there is provision for reparations in international law! Not only that, bilateral and multilateral pressure can be exerted as well.
That's good to know. But I don't think any BD government has the guts to take the reparation matter into international court. Can any shaheed's family or victims personally apply for reparation in international court?

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Originally Posted by HereWeGo
News is that the PM is not going to pakistan for the summit... not sure if that is anyways linked to the refusal to apologise...

Reparation is a nice thought but given the state of Pakistan economy at presant, that will not happen...
Yeah agree but also their economy isn't our concern. They committed genocide and now we want reparations. If they can't pay full then pay in installments. With the amount of damage that was done in East Pakistan, if they pay the right after 40 years, we can build few Padma Bridges without IMF, World Bank and etc.
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