Netizen Asks How Much Money the Philippines Contributed to the ICC

Concerned netizen and one of the DDS Blogger on social media, Krizette Laureta Chu made an interesting arguments and questions about the real status of the Philippines in the International Criminal Court (ICC) particularly in the areas of unding the organization.


According to the information gathered by Krizette Chu, the ICC operates on a budget of 82 Million Euros (Yearly), and has existed since 1998 but function only on 2002. Overall total of cases convictions was only four, despite its 16 years of existence as the court of last resort in the international community.

The Philippines is considered as one of the ICC member with an outstanding Contribution to the ICC. Chu also revealed that some countries like Brazil, Venezuela and Dominican Republic were considered big defaulters, countries with "arrears" will no longer have the voting rights in the ICC which could lead to the conclusion that the court is allegedly all about the Money.



Aside from receiving contributions from different country-members of the ICC, the court also admitted that they received fundings from international corporations, individuals, and other entities.

The Philippines which is considered as one of the outstanding contributor of the ICC, the country under the leadership of Pres. Duterte is one of only five states that donates to the Trust Fund for Families of the ICC. The other four are Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.



Here's the Complete Statement of Krizette Laureta Chu:

PERA PERA, AKA: HOW MUCH ARE WE PAYING THE ICC BA TALAGA?

The ICC: Operates on a budget of 82 million euros (yearly), has existed since 1998 (functioned since 2002), and has only had four convictions. ANG EFFICIENT NG ICC MGA MAMSH. Dami nilang na achieve in the past 16 years.

Do you know that the Philippines is considered as an OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTOR by ICC? Countries like Brazil, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic (at least in 2015) were considered big defaulters. Countries na may "arrears." Mga utangeros daw.

Tapos, pag may arrears ka, mawawalan ka ng voting rights. LOL. Pera pera lang talaga. Bayad muna bago boto.

Pero tayo, kahit Third World, outstanding payer. Nakakahiya naman sa napundar ng gobyerno ni Aquino. Yeah, we became only a member in 2011, under Noynoy.

Be that as it may, the biggest contributor of the ICC is the EU, which finances 60 to 64 percent of its budget.

And another very interesting info about ICC we should know about:
"In the section of the ICC’s own website entitled “How is the Court funded”, the ICC interestingly reveals that it also receives money from “international corporations, individuals, and other entities”. Article 116 of the Rome Statute provides for these voluntary contributions. But no details are provided for this funding line and mysterious donors."

MGA BES, TUMATANGGAP PALA ANG ICC NG DONATIONS FROM PRIVATE PEOPLE. INTERESTING. Sino na kaya ang mga PRIVATE PEOPLE na nag donate?

Bongga ha.

These are a FEW of the pending cases of ICC, na dapat inuuna nila, pero anong petsa na, wala pa rin:

1. The arrest of "global terrorist" Joseph Kony. DUH (pinaghahanap pa rin ngayon, Mga inutil) Nagbuhos pa ang America ng 800 million dollars dyan ha.

2. Sudanese President al-Bashir. (ano ney, outstanding arrest warrant pa rin>)

3. In 2015, nag start silang mag investigate tungkol sa Gaza conflict. ANONG NANGYARE? MAJOR ANG PALESTINIAN GAZA CONFLICT.

Any examination of the ICC’s budget clearly shows that the Court is "umbilically tied financially to the European Union, which provides over 60% of its funding."

ICC DANCES TO THE TUNE OF ITS BIGGEST CONTRIBUTOR, THE EU.

So tell me, why would we put faith in an institution na pinapatakbo ng pera ng ibang bansa at mysterious donors? Anong fairness ang maasahan natin, o maasahan ng Africa, sa ICC?

WHAT I WANT OUR GOVERNMENT TO ANSWER: Exactly HOW MUCH are we PAYING THE ICC?

Source: Krizette Laureta Chu

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