Lettera aperta al governo di Israele da parte di 240 giuristi internazionali che condannano l’annessione

Giu 16, 2020 | Notizie, Riflessioni

                                                                                                                     10 giugno 2020

On. Benjamin Netanyahu, Primo Ministro

On. Benny Gantz, Primo Ministro a rotazione e Ministro della Difesa

On. Gabi Ashkenazi, Ministro dei Rapporti con l’Estero

On. Avi Nissenkorn, Ministro della Giustizia

Dr. Avichai Mandelblit, Procuratore Generale

Stato di Israele

Egregi Signori,

Noi sottoscritti, studiosi di diritto internazionale pubblico, scriviamo per esprimere la nostra grave preoccupazione per l’intenzione dello Stato di Israele, espressa dal Primo Ministro Benjamin Netanyahu, di procedere all’annessione unilaterale di aree della Cisgiordania a partire dal 1° luglio 2020.

Tale azione costituirebbe una flagrante violazione delle regole fondamentali del diritto internazionale e costituirebbe anche una grave minaccia alla stabilità internazionale in una regione già instabile.

La norma che vieta l’annessione unilaterale di territori acquisiti con la forza è diventata universalmente riconosciuta come una regola fondamentale del diritto internazionale. Tutti i tribunali internazionali (compresa la Corte Internazionale di Giustizia) e tutte le istituzioni internazionali (compresa l’Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite e il Consiglio di Sicurezza) che hanno esaminato la questione, così come la stragrande maggioranza dei giuristi internazionali, affermano questa regola in modo inequivocabile. Questo divieto si applica anche ai territori appartenenti ad altri stati, nonché ai territori non autonomi in cui le persone hanno il diritto di determinare il proprio destino politico in conformità con il diritto all’autodeterminazione. Inoltre, questo divieto si applica a tutti i territori occupati con la forza, anche se si afferma che la forza è stata inizialmente utilizzata come atto di autodifesa.

La Cisgiordania è stata presa con la forza nel 1967. È stata costantemente riconosciuta dall’Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite, dal Consiglio di Sicurezza delle Nazioni Unite e dalla Corte Internazionale di Giustizia come un territorio occupato, in cui il popolo palestinese ha il diritto di realizzare il proprio diritto all’autodeterminazione. Ciò rimane vero anche se negoziati bilaterali potrebbero determinare alcuni dettagli degli accordi di sicurezza e delle frontiere finali. Inoltre, il governo israeliano e la Corte Suprema Israeliana hanno applicato per decenni in Cisgiordania la legge dell’occupazione belligerante. Ciò è dimostrato in dozzine di decisioni della Corte Suprema di Israele, così come nelle posizioni di Israele davanti a organismi sui trattati internazionali, in cui ha sostenuto che la Cisgiordania non è sotto la giurisdizione israeliana ai fini dell’applicazione dei trattati sui diritti umani.

Ne consegue che l’annessione unilaterale di qualsiasi parte di questo territorio violerebbe la norma fondamentale che vieta l’annessione e violerebbe anche il diritto all’autodeterminazione. In quanto tale, l’annessione sarebbe nulla e inefficace, comporterebbe conseguenze di illegalità internazionale e, in determinate circostanze, porterebbe a responsabilità penali individuali sul piano internazionale. In questo contesto, non importa se tali azioni fossero realizzate attraverso “l’estensione della sovranità”, “l’estensione della legge, della giurisdizione e dell’amministrazione” o mediante l’annessione esplicita. L’annessione de facto comporta le stesse conseguenze giuridiche dell’annessione de jure. Inoltre, in nessun caso un tale atto può legittimamente determinare o giustificare risultati discriminatori, relativamente alla cittadinanza o ai diritti di proprietà.

Vorremmo ricordare che in una recente nota del procuratore generale di Israele, è stato affermato esplicitamente che tutti gli aspetti territoriali del conflitto israelo-palestinese devono essere risolti attraverso negoziati bilaterali [1]. Atti di annessione di parti del territorio sarebbero contrari a questo impegno. Inoltre, conformemente alla sua tradizionale posizione, secondo cui la Cisgiordania è tenuta sotto un’occupazione belligerante, Israele ha costantemente sostenuto che le sue azioni sul territorio sono giustificate dalla natura temporanea della situazione e sono motivate solo da preoccupazioni in materia di sicurezza [2]. Qualsiasi atto di annessione di territorio metterebbe in discussione le posizioni passate e future di Israele secondo cui le sue azioni riguarderebbero effettivamente solo le legittime esigenze di sicurezza.

Vi invitiamo pertanto a riconsiderare questo percorso, che è chiaramente illegale e molto probabilmente avrà conseguenze negative, tra cui il non riconoscimento internazionale e tutte le altre conseguenze di un atto illecito. Ciò si aggiunge al danno che verrebbe inferto alla legittimità e alle relazioni estere dello Stato di Israele e all’elevata probabilità di una escalation di violenza.

[1] Stato di Israele, Procura Generale, Mancanza di giurisdizione della Corte Penale Internazionale sulla cosiddetta “Situazione in Palestina” §49 (20 dicembre 2019).

[2] Ad esempio, per quanto riguarda la legalità del muro della Cisgiordania / barriera di sicurezza, Israele ha affermato –indirettamente davanti alla Corte Internazionale di Giustizia e direttamente nella sua stessa Corte Suprema– che il percorso del muro è strettamente basato su considerazioni di sicurezza, e non è progettato per determinare confini. In effetti, come stabilito dalla Corte Suprema israeliana, in veste di Alta Corte di Giustizia, “il comandante militare non è autorizzato a ordinare la costruzione di una barriera di separazione, se la motivazione della barriera è l’obiettivo politico di “annettere” territori allo Stato di Israele e di determinare il confine politico di Israele “. Vedi HCJ 7957/04 Mara’abe v. il Primo Ministro di Israele §15 (2005).

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