Scotland for his war crimes in Iraq after the proposal was backed by
Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs).
Margo MacDonald, an independent MSP, called for the alteration of the
International Criminal Court (Scotland) Act 2001, asking the law to
consider an aggressive war with the intention of changing a regime as
illegal. The suggestion to try Blair gained support from backbenchers of
the Scottish National Party (SNP), Annabelle Ewing, Gordon MacDonald,
John Finnie, Chic Brodie and Jim Eadie.
Jim Sillars, husband to a former SNP deputy leader called on bold
Scottish MPs to "introduce retrospective legislation to indict the
former prime minister on war crimes.'
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