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In this day and age of FAKE NEWS, it is important to separate fact from fiction; so people can make correct informed decisions. A recent bulletin board posting about the International Court of Justice (ICJ) was incorrect both in its purpose, its role, its location, and even displayed a FAKE Logo in order to make the posting on the Bulletin Board appear as legitimate.
Lets start with the correct Seal of the ICJ.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ; French: Cour internationale de justice; CIJ), sometimes known as the World Court, is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations (UN).
NOTE: The ICJ should not be confused with the INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (aka International Commission of Jurists) which only hears CRIMINAL CASES.
The ICJ settles disputes between Sovereign states in accordance with international law and gives advisory opinions on international legal issues.
NOTE: the ICJ does not settle or adjudicate financial or monetary policies. These matters are managed, reviewed and assessed by the ICC; which is another principal UN organization which resides at the UN in New York City.
The ICJ is the only international court that adjudicates general disputes between countries, with its rulings and opinions serving as primary sources of international law.
NOTE: The International Court of Justice has jurisdiction in two types of cases: contentious cases between states in which the court produces binding rulings between states that agree, or have previously agreed, to submit to the ruling of the court; and advisory opinions, which provide reasoned, but non-binding, rulings on properly submitted questions of international law, usually at the request of the United Nations General Assembly. Advisory opinions do not have to concern particular controversies between states, though they often do.
The ICJ is the successor of the Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ), which was established in 1920 by the League of Nations. Following the Second World War, both the League and the PCIJ were replaced by the United Nations and ICJ, respectively.
The Statute of the ICJ, which sets forth its purposes draws heavily from that of its predecessor, whose decisions remain valid. All member states of the UN are party to the ICJ Statute and may initiate contentious cases; however, advisory proceedings may only be submitted by certain UN organizations and agencies.
The ICJ is a panel of 15 judges elected by the General Assembly and Security Council for nine-year terms. No more than one judge of a given nationality may serve on the court at the same time, and judges as a whole must represent the principal civilizations and legal systems of the world.
The ICJ is located and seated in the Peace Palace in The Hague, Netherlands. (The ICJ is the ONLY principal UN organization not located in New York City.) Its official working languages are English and French.
Since the entry of its first case on 22 May 1947, the ICJ has entertained only 178 cases through November 2019.
This is important to note because the monetary policies of all the Sovereign UN Members are vast, complex, and complicated by the various trade policies, trade agreements, tax treaties, currency exchange policies, etc.
Clearly, with only 178 cases decided by the ICJ since 1947, the FAKE NEWS has misquoted the wrong UN Agency who manages the financial policies between Sovereign Nations. Much less the commercial business transpiring daily on a global basis.
All of this information is readily available for review on the internet.
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