Dalveer Bhandari re-elected to ICJ after UK withdraws its candidate Christopher Greenwood

Judge Dalveer Bhandari was re-elected to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) after Britain withdrew its candidate Christopher Greenwood. PTI

Judge Dalveer Bhandari was re-elected to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) after Britain withdrew its candidate Christopher Greenwood. PTI

Bhandari won majorities in the Assembly in the first 11 rounds of voting over two meetings, while the Council blocked his election by giving majorities to Greenwood in the ten rounds of balloting it held. PTI

Bhandari won majorities in the Assembly in the first 11 rounds of voting over two meetings, while the Council blocked his election by giving majorities to Greenwood in the ten rounds of balloting it held. PTI

India's Permanent Representative to the UN, Syed Akberuddin, casted his vote in the United Nations General Assembly. An aggressive campaign by Akbaruddin ensured there was maximum support for Bhandari. PTI

India's Permanent Representative to the UN, Syed Akberuddin, casted his vote in the United Nations General Assembly. An aggressive campaign by him ensured there was maximum support for Bhandari. PTI

For the first time in the 71-year-old history , the ICJ will not have a judge from the UK. Twitter @AkbaruddinIndia

For the first time in the 71-year-old history , the ICJ will not have a judge from the United Kingdom. Twitter @AkbaruddinIndia


Updated Date: Nov 21, 2017 17:54 PM

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