United Nations releases Joint Response Plan for Rohingya crisis


United Nations agencies asked for US$951 million (774 million euros) through the rest of the year to provide basic needs for the nearly one million Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh, including the almost 700,000 who have crossed the border since August. The UN has said the persecution "bears all the hallmarks of genocide".

After repeated attempts, neither Suu Kyi's spokesman nor the permanent secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was available for comment.

"Aung San Suu Kyi has complete immunity, including from being served with court documents, because under customary global law, heads of state, heads of government and ministers of foreign affairs are immune from foreign criminal proceedings and are inviolable", Porter told Reuters by email.

Ron Merkel QC, a Melbourne barrister and former federal court judge, worldwide lawyers Marion Isobel and Raelene Sharp, and Sydney human rights lawyers Alison Battisson and Daniel Taylor filed the prosecution application late on Friday.

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The one-time human rights icon Suu Kyi, Cambodia's strongman leader Hun Sen and Vietnam's Nguyen Xuan Phuc are among those attending the talks.

She also hits out at erstwhile democracy campaigner Aung San Suu Kyi for refusing to help and "kowtowing" to Myanmar's military. It has asked for "clear evidence" of abuses by security forces. "Ms Suu Kyi has denied these events have occurred".

Among banners was one portraying Aung San Suu Kyi with a Adolf Hitler moustache, calling on her to "Return the Nobel Prize".

The prosecution application relies on the principle of universal jurisdiction, reserved for the most serious criminal offences under worldwide law, such as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.

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Writing for The Independent Pauline Latham warned that tens of thousands more people will die if the worldwide community does not act now over the ever-deepening crisis.

But, in Australia, a universal jurisdiction prosecution requires the consent of the attorney general to proceed.

More than 100 angry protesters gathered in Hyde Park in Sydney on Saturday, demonstrating against Suu Kyi's participation at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) special meeting.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has vowed at the summit to tackle human rights issues.

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"Because of the suffering of Rohingya people and that of displacement around the region, the situation in Rakhine state and Myanmar can no longer be considered to be a purely domestic matter", he said.