Souveraineté sur Pulau Ligitan et Pulau Sipadan (ZndonésielMalaisie), arrêt, C. I. J. found tlieir claims to the islands of Ligitan and Sipadan. Penelitian lebih lanjut mengenai masalah kepemilikan Pulau Sipadan dan Ligitan membawa kasus ini ke Mahkamah Internasional adalah putusan politik . PENGARUH PUTUSAN MAHKAMAH INTERNASIONAL TERHADAP KASUS SIPADAN DAN LIGITAN DALAM PENERAPAN BATAS WILAYAH.
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The dispute began in and was largely resolved by the International Court of Justice ICJ inwhich opined that both of the islands belonged to Malaysia. Ligitan and Sipadan are two small islands located in the Celebes Sea off the southeastern coast of the Malaysian state of Sabah.
Sovereignty over the islands has been disputed by Indonesia and Malaysia since and intensified in when Indonesia discovered that Malaysia had built some tourist facilities on Sipadan island.
Malaysia however denied the allegation of an agreement between them, maintaining that the islands have always been part of the territory of its state of Sabah. The Philippines had applied during the proceedings to intervene over the case on the basis of their claim to northern Borneo.
The court strongly rejected the Philippines’ attempt of intervention and in doing so cited that the request made by the Philippines did not relate to the subject matter of the case.
Diplomasi Indonesia-Malaysia dalam Kasus Kepemilikan Pulau Sipadan dan Ligitan
The Philippines query was totally dismissed in Ean when after oral hearings the court voted it down by a count of fourteen votes to one. Both of the islands were originally considered as terra nullius.
But ddan Malaysia’s predecessor, Great Britainsignificantly developed the islands compared to Indonesia’s predecessor, the Netherlandsespecially after Malaysia’s formation as a nation the court using this as the main reason decided to award the islands to Malaysia based on their “effective occupation”. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sovereignty over Ligitan and Sipadan Islands Indonesia v.
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