Brussels, Belgium (16th June 2017) - The International Criminal Courts Against Child Kidnapping (ICCACK) is an international Court of law, working with the objective of safeguarding the Child and Human rights. The verdict of this court in these cases are held as the final statement in the international level, across 194 countries. This judicial body operates from the city of Brussels in Belgium.
Every year, several thousand cases, appealing against the violation of child and human rights come up to this court and ICCACK is dedicated to rule reasonable justice on these cases, within a fair extent of time. Most importantly, applicants are not required to pay any money, till they court is extending justice in their favor. Thus, applicants, applying at this court of law, contrary to the experience made while running a trial in the court of law, are spared from the threats of extravagant expenses, upfront as well as are secured to get the verdict in a timely manner.
The pool of Judges and the support staff of this court works untiringly for completing the hearing on the cases within the shortest time, without making any compromise on the quality of the legal process. This Court ensures that the provisions of the various international United Nations treaties, laws and the conventions are adequately complied with.
“Though unfortunate, instances of violation of child and Human rights are happening across the globe on a daily basis and the irony lay in the fact that in several instances, people fail to get fair justice in the court of law in their countries. We take up those cases and handle the trial as per the international laws and treaties and our mission is to extend reasonable justice to the applicants within the shortest turnaround time”, stated the spokesperson of the ICCACK.
About the International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping:
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping is an international court of law that deals with the legal cases, related to violation of childrens human rights and parental child kidnapping cases.
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