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ICJ Rejects Provisional Measures in Ecuador v Mexico Case

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on Thursday that the court would not implement provisional measures against Ecuador following a request by the Mexican government. The ICJ's Ruling The Court found unanimously that the current situation between Ecuador and Mexico did not warrant provisional measures, with the Court noting their reliance on Ecuador's "assurances," which the Court believes to be...

ICJ Rejects Mexico’s Case to Suspend Ecuador from UN

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has officially rejected Mexico's case against Ecuador over the April 5th, 2024, raid on their embassy in Quito to apprehend former-Vice President Jorge Glas. The Mexican government was seeking to suspend Ecuador from the United Nations over its violation of Mexico's diplomatic rights through the raid. https://twitter.com/CIJ_ICJ/status/1793637530216321105

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