What can investigation into Khashoggi’s murder achieve? l Inside Story

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Jamal Khashoggi was a critic of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The journalist was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul almost four months ago.
But his body or remains have never been recovered, and the murder case remains unresolved.
Turkey’s not satisfied by the Saudis own investigations and wants a full international inquiry.
What it’s got is an independent investigation led by the UN’s special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions.
Agnes Callamard and her team are in Turkey for a week-long mission. She also wants to visit Saudi Arabia.
But will this independent international inquiry make any difference anyway?
Can Saudi Arabia be held to account?

Presenter: Richelle Carey

Sultan Barakat, Director For Conflict and Humanitarian Studies at the Doha Institute
Carl Buckley, Barrister at Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers

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The One and 0nly says:

Nothing but maybe regime change in turkey now worship israel

Eric B says:

It's really a rhetorical question because you know the answer is no nothing is going to happen to Mohammed bin Salman the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia nothing nothing is that right no but is it the reality yes

amin ahmad says:

Buying time

dee nixon says:

… oil… money… Truth is the enemy of power. sooner or later those pitchforks are going to come out. They are starting already.

dee nixon says:

UN is to busy interfering with sovereign nations democractic process' …

dennis bundi says:

where were thy all along when there was low evidence

Yung Akashi says:

Nothing will be acheived,except for one thing which has become glaringly apparent, America and european nations do not give two hoots about rule of law or justice,when their interests are contrary to what should be done.

Muhammad Abdul Qaadir says:

No more need for investigation. Its clear MBS is the murderer

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