Professor Bimal Patel of India elected to International Law Commission


Professor Bimal Patel of India elected to International Law Commission

Indian Professor Bimal Patel has been elected to the International Law Commission for a period of 5-years. Bimal Patel’s term will come into effect from January 1, 2023.

  • 51-year-old Patel won 163 votes in the UN General Assembly out of 192 members which was the highest votes by a candidate in the Asia-Pacific Group.

About Professor Bimal Patel –

  • He is an esteemed educationalist, jurist and administrator.
  • Prof Patel is the Vice-Chancellor of Rashtriya Raksha University and is also serving as a Member of the National Security Advisory Board of India.
  • He also served at global organisations such as the United Nations of Youth and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) at the Hague, Netherlands for 15 years.

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