Human Rights

Belize -- Aurelio Cal, et al. v. Attorney General of Belize, Supreme Court of Belize (Claims No. 171 and 172 of 2007) (18 Oct 2007) (Mayan land rights)

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BELIZE, A.D. 2007

CONSOLIDATED CLAIMS

CLAIM NO. 171 OF 2007

BETWEEN:

AURELIO CAL in his own behalf and on behalf of the MAYA VILLAGE OF SANTA CRUZ
and
BASILIO TEUL, HIGINIO TEUL, MARCELINA CAL TEUL
and SUSANO CANTI Claimants

AND

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF BELIZE
and
THE MINISTER OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND
ENVIRONMENT Defendants

CLAIM NO. 172 OF 2007

BETWEEN:

Sri Lanka -- Petition to the United Nations concerning human rights violations connected the Southern Transit Development Project (STDP) (the PETITION)

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COMMUNICATION SUBMITTED FOR CONSIDERATION UNDER
THE FIRST OPTIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE
INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS

THE UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS
C/O OHCHR – UNOG
1211 GENEVA 10, SWITZERLAND.

Date:

I. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE AUTHOR OF THE COMMUNICATION

Name: International Public Interest Defenders

Present address: C/o L. de Silva,
32, Chemin de l’Esplanade,
1214 Vernier,
Switzerland.

Oposa et al. v. Fulgencio S. Factoran, Jr. et al. (G.R. No. 101083)

Juan Antonio Oposa et al., v. The Honorable Fulgencio S. Factoran, Jr., in his capacity as the Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and the Honorable Eriberto U. Rosario, Presiding Judge of the RTC, Makati, Branch 66, respondents. [G.R. No. 101083. July 30, 1993]

EN BANC

Oposa Law Office for petitioners.
The Solicitor General for respondents.

SYLLABUS

1. INSTITUTIONAL LAW; DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES AND STATE POLICIES; RIGHT TO A BALANCED AND HEALTHFUL ECOLOGY, CONSTRUED. ﷓

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