South China Sea ruling in Hague could be mid-2016- PH lawyer
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The chief counsel for the Philippines in its Hague tribunal case against China over competing claims in the South China Sea said on Friday a final ruling could come as early as June next year. Paul Reichler said he also believed that in spite of China’s rejection of the case, international pressure would eventually oblige Beijing to comply with a ruling against it. In a legal setback for Beijing on Thursday, the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear some territorial claims the Philippines has filed against China over disputed areas in the South China Sea.
Brunnstrom, D. (2015, November 2). South China Sea ruling in Hague could be mid-2016 - PH lawyer. The Daily Guardian, p. 9.
- The Daily Guardian