Posts Tagged: Iraq

Protest: Save the people of Mosul

A Finnish woman called Nina that came to talk this week to a group of demonstrators that want more support for the besieged people of Mosul in northern Iraq.  Nina told the crowed that we must do much more to help the people in Mosul as in Aleppo in Syria. ​ One of the demonstrators,

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Iraqi and Afghan demonstration protestors attacked in Helsinki by Finnish thugs

It’s clear from the comments of far-right Suomi Ensin protestors and even of some Helsinki city councilors that they want the #righttolive demonstration that has been going on since February to end. Even so, far-right demonstrators are confident that the police and Finnish political establishment is on their side that they video and upload an attack against two demonstrators of the #righttolive camp.

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Announcement by Lex Gaudius: Immigration Service, police and government petition

  IMMIGRATION SERVICE, POLICE AND GOVERNMENT PETITION Dossier Faulty decisions made by the Immigration Service to the asylum seekers and actions of the authorities related on them. Underwrites Representatives of the asylum seekers from Afghanistan and Iraq; In cooperation with International law firm Lex Gaudius   I. FAULTY DECISIONS MADE BY THE FIINISH IMMIGRATION SERVICE

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Boiata: Ignorance of a country’s background information does not excuse judges – ignorantia facti non excusat

There is an old legal maxim in latin that confirms the principal, “ignorance of the law does not excuse” (ignorantia iuris non excusat). On the other hand there is a principle that the court or the judge has to know the law, iura novit curia. One is entitled to expect that the judges know what they are doing and what laws they are applying to various cases.

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