The International Criminal Court in The Hague has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russian dictator Putin will probably be arrested after the change of power in Russia.
About it on March 20, on the air of the TV channel FREEDOM said political analyst and editor-in-chief of the After Empire portal Olga Kurnosova.
According to her, the Russian dictator never understood how the law differs from the law.
“His legal awareness is completely undeveloped. And it seems to him that if he did not call the war a war, then he cannot be blamed and, accordingly, he cannot be convicted of war crimes. But the International Criminal Court in The Hague has already shown us that even without calling a war a war, you can commit a war crime and you can be held accountable for it,” the expert said.
Kurnosova added that the distance from the issuance of the warrant to the real dock is not short.
“But being on this list is just a shame. One of the most striking examples is the president of Sudan, who is considered responsible for the tragedy in Darfur. He did not appear immediately, and he did not even appear in The Hague, but in order for him to be arrested, at least at home, he had to wait for a change of power. And I think that in this sense in Russia, Putin will be arrested only after the government changes. And in this sense, this is our common goal, a common task — to achieve a change of power in the Russian Federation as soon as possible, so that all war criminals can be brought to justice,” emphasized the editor-in-chief of the After Empire portal.
Putin’s arrest warrant
The International Criminal Court in The Hague said it had issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin “in the context of the situation in Ukraine.”
China reacted to the decision of the International criminal court in The Hague on the issuance of a warrant for the arrest of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is suspected of committing an international crime.
At the same time, Germany will be obliged to arrest the president-dictator of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, if he comes to the country.