Wednesday, January 12, 2022

[HWPL] "Good News for Mankind": Leading Dignitaries Share their Opinions of the DPCW


[HWPL] "Good News for Mankind": Leading Dignitaries Share their Opinions of the DPCW

The Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) is an international law drafted by the HWPL International Law Peace Committee, which is comprised of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light) Chairman Man-hee Lee and global legal experts, to be enacted for the cessation of war. It contains groundbreaking content that excludes national interest and fundamentally prohibits religious conflict. This section summarizes the reactions of international law scholars who participated in the drafting of the DPCW, as well as citizens of every country who were introduced to the DPCW.

Ali Abu Diak, Former Minister of Justice of Palestine

"It (the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War) is considered a culmination for all International Conventions and Treaties to which the State of Palestine has joined and committed itself to, and is intended to renounce armed conflicts and to stop wars and is an important turning point for the protection of Human Rights regardless of nationality, residence, gender, race, religion or language.”

Fathi Kemicha, Member of HWPL International Law Peace Committee

"Chairman Man-hee Lee said that it had to be completed by March, so I prepared this declaration with great effort and am releasing it today. I thought it would take several years, but even the international law members are really surprised that the declaration has been published in six months. Above all, I have tried hard to put the will of Chairman Man-hee Lee in this declaration. In the future, we will make every effort to ensure that this international law is introduced through the United Nations."

Nachiket Anil Dave, Attorney of Supreme Court of India

"I am very happy to know Man-Hee Lee, the chairman of such a wonderful organization which is a platform for world peace. Watching the proclamation of the DPCW today, I thought that world peace can become a reality. Seeing the chairman produce these results through his unremitting efforts gives me faith that he can achieve world peace. Today, this declaration will be remembered as a very important day for future generations."

Given Lubinda, former Minister of the Ministry of Justice of Zambia

"We have a mission to widely publicize the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW). Peace for all can be achieved if we, who attended the WARP Summit, ourselves connect more people to this peace network."

Cardigua Lorient, Judge of the High Court of Rwanda

"The proclamation of the DPCW was a really great event. Our world is experiencing many conflicts, and HWPL is an important organization that teaches people around the world how to achieve peace. We will actively share what we learned from this event throughout Africa."

Pravin Parekh, Member of HWPL International Law Peace Committee

"Today will be remembered as an important day in an effort to achieve global peace. We will adopt the DPCW through the United Nations."

H.E. Ivo Josipović, Former President of Croatia

"The DPCW created by HWPL is a well-crafted document that can bring about an end to war and peace. The DPCW cannot be presented to the UN right away, but if it is actively reported, the presidents of each country will also sign it and bring it to the United Nations for international law."

Verónica Macamo, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Republic of Mozambique

"I believe that peace can be achieved through the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) and I hope that all nations will be able to attain peace not only for our future generations but in our current generation as well.”

Anna Cervenakova, Member of HWPL International Law Peace Committee

“Peace is closely connected to the protection of human rights, as human rights can be exercised only in a peaceful a free environment. Armed conflicts, acts of terrorism, unlawfulness, present unprecedented mobility of people leaving a place of armed conflict, injustice and violations of human rights represent a threat to the very essence of peace. HWPL with its proposal of Declaration on Peace and Cessation of War is preserving the culture of peace.”


1 comment:

  1. HWPL’s peace work is unprecedented. I sincerely hope it will continue with great vigour throughout 2022 and into 2023, as it seems peace and stability is needed now more than ever in these uncertain times. More than 30,000 people from 157 countries attended the 7th Anniversary HWPL World Peace Summit online on Sept. 18th 2021, and more than 200 schools worldwide have been designated HWPL Peace Academies, educating today's youth on the importance of peace.

    Moreover, many heads of state - both existing and former - have publicly declared their support for HWPL's Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW), citing it as the only solution to ceasing all conflict and achieving peace on a global scale. The words of H.E. Viktor Yushchenko, former President of Ukraine, sums up the importance of the DPCW very well: “The DPCW is a perfect and balanced document that can be the basis of solidarity for peacekeeping in all countries of the world. I think all the leaders of the countries should support the DPCW.”

    May the words, 'We are One!' ring true as a lasting history✌️