Türkiye soykýrýmý tanýyan ülkelere dava açabilir - Hürriyet It is a bill that will come to Turkish parliament introduced by 2 parliamentarians. They say that political activism like establishing a "Historical Commission" regarding the Allegations do not bear fruits, so the judiciary process on the Armenian Allegations to be started. It will be voted on 2 options: 1.) To sue countries that have so far recognized the Armenian Allegations as Genocide. Based on 1948 UN convention on Genocide a country can not be accused of genocide if there is no judicial base, meaning explicit declarative statement by International Court identifying the Allegations as Genocide. The parliament bill says also, countries accusing Turkey of Genocide are violating Article 2 and 9 of the Convention on Genocide http://untreaty.un.org/English/millennium/law/human_rights/iv_1E.wpd Countries would be sued in International Court of Justice in The Hague. 2.) Taking the issue of the Armenian Allegations to the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague. For this process Turkey would have to pass a seperate legislation that states that 1948 Convention on Genocide is specifically reverse applyable to 1915. Also Armenia itself would have to agree going to The Hague.