In the text of the agreement reached, there are two tiny references that may not be striking, but which should be: the idea of an international pandemic treaty under WHO and the EU`s adoption of a global system of human rights sanctions – which speak for itself as to whether we really learned what was important this year. All this comes at a time when the agreement between China and the Vatican is being applauded in Italy and China and it seems that it is taking over new ground. The Global Times (19.06.2019), a newspaper linked to the official body of the Communist Party of China, praises the fact that the Vatican Museums have exhibited objects for the “first time” in an exhibition in Beijing that runs until July 7. In addition, “for the first time,” a conference “on Pope Francis and his vision” was held at Peking University, followed by 40 people, by the Jesuit Benoit Vermander; For the “first time” a conference was held at the Academy of Social Sciences in the Chinese capital on “Growing Up in Friendship – A Perspective on Sino-Vatican Relations” by Antonio Spadaro, Jesuit, Director of “Catholic Civilization”. The August 2015 peace agreement provides for the establishment of a hybrid tribunal for South Sudan (HCSS) by the African Union Commission to investigate and prosecute genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the conflict. This tribunal has not yet been established. Asphyxiation, asphyxiation and strangulation is a punishable act that can be tried in district court, unless the defence or prosecutor decides that the case is heard by the District Court on charge. The summary elimination of these offences in the District Court carries a maximum sentence of two years` imprisonment. An offence of asphyxiation, asphyxiation and strangulation committed to commit another offence is a contentious offence and must be concluded in a higher court. “For effective prosecutions to take place, the African Union Commission should take immediate steps to create the Hybrid Criminal Court under the August 2015 peace agreement and to immediately open investigations into crimes under international law, including such atrocities.” The virus was the first to take our breath away, but it also led to other forms of asphyxiation: political deadlock and lack of solidarity in the EU ENSEMBLE and in global trade relations; Supply chain failures The invisible transformation of the private sector; and the emanation of economic theory through the window. Young people were starving through formal education and our health systems were overwhelmed. Migrants and ethnic minorities suffered disproportionately and the brutal killing of a black man by police in the United States suddenly changed the atmosphere and awareness of racial inequality. A document published by the Fujian authorities calls on priests and clerics to ban minors from the Church and education; to refuse relations with foreign Catholics; To curb any dynamics of evangelization.
Meanwhile, the “Global Times” celebrates the exhibition of the Vatican Museums and some lectures on “Pope Francis” and “Friendship” between China and the Vatican. For Beijing, agreements with the Holy See go hand in hand with the asphyxiation of the Church. Asphyxiation, asphyxiation and strangulation are included in Section 37 of the Crimes Act 1900. Under this provision, a person who deliberately suffocates, suffocates or strangles another person without the consent of the other person is guilty of an offence punishable by up to five years in prison. If the victim becomes unconscious, insensitive or unable to resist, the maximum sentence is increased to 10 years. If the offender commits the intention to allow himself or herself or to assist another person in committing another criminal offence, the maximum penalty is increased to 25 years in prison.