Lundin Energy’s largest institutional shareholders in Sweden must act to ensure that victims of human rights violations receive remedy and reparation from the company. They should not be able to dodge their responsibility by selling off their assets to AkerBP.
Lundin försöker trixa bort ansvaret och möjliga skadeståndet till offren i Sudan. Nu måste bolagets ägare agera, däribland @AP7se @SkandiaSE @Nordea_SE @TredjeAPfonden @AP4se, om de ska hålla sina löften om mänskliga rättigheter enligt #UNGP.
It’s good that companies active in war zones are prosecuted @GPledare “The long trial that now awaits can hopefully give us a clear message about what responsibility we can demand from companies that cooperate with bloody regimes in conflict areas” https://www.gp.se/ledare/bra-att-f%C3%B6retags-ansvar-f%C3%B6r-verksamhet-i-krigszoner-pr%C3%B6vas-1.63100183
Lundin Energy announced they will sell their assets to Aker BP. With the deal the Lundin family and shareholders can escape their responsibility to the survivors of the war crimes committed. The survivors right to remedy and reparation must be met. https://unpaiddebt.org/lundin-energy-sells-out-to-akerbp/
The District Court rejected a claim by Alex Schneiter's defence team to dismiss the indictment. The swift dismissal is an indication that the court is losing their patience with the numerous meritless claims made by the defendants in the Lundin case. https://unpaiddebt.org/the-court-denies-another-claim-to-dismiss-the-case/