More detail here on approaches to the International Criminal Court calling for those involved in potential war crimes committed in Yemen.
Amnesty International and CAAT have already protested British arms companies involvement urging their executives to be tried. Now the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights has outlined a formal case (see link):
The Celtic League (Mannin) and other rights groups have opposed the use of training facilities in Mann by RAF Valley (Anglesey) which trains Saudi and Gulf States aircrew.
At its AGM in Breizh earlier this year the Celtic League adopted a resolution opposing the stance. Celtic League Director of Information Alastair Kneale outlined the League’s position in the clip on Manx Radio:
The Celtic League Mannin branch secretary personally accused the Manx government of having ‘blood on his hands’ for allowing the use of Ronaldsway.
Bernard Moffatt, Assistant General Secretary Celtic League (22 December 2019)