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عدد مرات القراءة 18032006-04-29

MEP QUESTIONS EU COMMISSION OVER MISSING THAI LAWYER CASE

Euro MP Jean Lambert has demanded answers from officials in Thailand and
the European Union over allegations of systematic torture in Thailand
and the suspicious disappearance of the human rights lawyer Somchai
Neelaphijit.

Jean, who was named MEP 2005 for Justice and Human Rights at the end of
last year, submitted a priority written question to the EU Council and
European Commission over the Thai Government’s failure to locate Somchai
as it had promised and the flawed investigation into Mr Neelaphijit’s
disappearance.

Today Jean, who is the Green MEP for London, expressed her concern over
the Government's failure to provide answers on the case and uphold human
rights. Jean commented; “The Thai Government has been aware of the
widespread use of torture by police across the country for sometime now
yet they have failed to take action against it. Somchais body has never
been recovered and with no law prohibiting forced disappearance in
Thailand the whereabouts of Somchai Neelaphijit is now attracting the
attention of the European Parliament.

“Thailand has a poor record on protecting human rights and with the Thai
Government showing a lack of commitment to solve this case it is time
for the EU to step in. Mr Neelaphaijit’s case could be just one of many
that have gone unnoticed until now. By highlighting this incident
throughout Europe we will be one step further to justice for Somchai
Neelaphijit and his family.”

Jean joined with German MEP Frithjof Schmidt to ask pointed questions
about the use of torture by the security forces in Thailand and its
effect on relations with the EU. Jean asked the EU if the Council was
aware of the forced disappearance and the continued criminal
investigation and whether it had asked the Government of Thailand why it
had failed to solve the case despite repeated promises to do so?

Under EU rules the questions must be answered within three weeks.






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