2017-present Judge of the International Criminal Court, The Hague
2000-present Member/Chairman of the Yugoslavia Tribunal, The Hague
1970-present Professor at the University of Milan
1984/1988-2000 Member of the UN Human Rights Committee
'It is worrying that Volkswagen continues to refuse to accept even the smallest amount of responsibility in Europe. The solutions offered up until now are far from sufficient to compensate for the damage suffered.'
'In the meantime, the consumer is the biggest victim in all this: owners of a Volkswagen have ended up with a car that is both polluting and consumes more fuel than expected. Moreover, Volkswagen drivers who try to sell their vehicle will receive significantly less than they expected.’
'In short: more than enough reason to deal with the concern through legal means. Injured consumers have the right to know the full extent of the scandal in order to understand how Volkswagen's actions affect the value of their vehicle. Volkswagen can only regain the trust of its loyal customers through complete openness.'