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Santos pushes sweeping expansion of military justice In addition, since March, a few days after the secret meetings in Havana began, the government has been pushing for congressional passage of a constitutional reform to expand military jurisdiction, transferring to military courts all crimes involving military personnel.
Then, they would be forced to refer the arrestees to the civic judicial system, unless they are able to define the crimes as falling under military jurisdiction.
The government, confronted by the choice of neutralizing the attacks of the anti-militarists and defending the insularity of the military jurisdiction, chose to sacrifice the latter.
A good place to start would be to review the recent findings made by the International Society' of Military Law and the Law of War at its 2011 conference in Rhodes on military jurisdiction, which showed Canada lagging behind in upgrading its military justice system to meet the ECHR standards or tor that matter its own Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Judicial authorities say that Ben Ali and his entourage are implicated in 93 civil cases and 182 others that fall under military jurisdiction.
RADIKAL ------- MILITARY JURISDICTION ADMITS DOCUMENT DENIED BY BASBUG Retired Gen.
The process would obviously involve, especially with the two targets you just described, we would probably move them quickly into a military jurisdiction at Bagram for questioning and then eventually move them, probably to Guantanamo," Panetta told lawmakers.
5) The decision in O 'Callahan had restricted military jurisdiction to only offenses that were service connected and made the maintenance of discipline particularly difficult in the post-Vietnam period.