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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> European Parliament Demands US Administration...
عدد مرات القراءة 19262006-06-18

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DEMANDS US ADMINISTRATION CLOSE GUANTANAMO BAY

The European Parliament today confirmed that they did not see the recent
suicides at Guantanamo Bay as a PR exercise but was a cause for grave
concern and demanded that the US Administration close the Guantanamo Bay
detention facility immediately.

Speaking after the Parliament’s overwhelming vote to pass the resolution
Green Euro MP Jean Lambert, who was named top MEP for her work on
Justice and Human Rights at the end of last year, said she now hoped to
see serious action from the US to close the centre.

Jean commented: “The o­ngoing illegal imprisonment of those in
Guantanamo Bay and the revelations of the CIA Extraordinary Rendition
Flights in the United States clearly demonstrates that the US is failing
to uphold human rights or international law. The EU should now take a
tougher stance o­n its relations with the US over such issues.

“I am pleased the resolution was passed today condemning all forms of
torture and ill-treatment. We now insist that every prisoner is treated
in accordance with international humanitarian law and, if charged, tried
without delay in a fair and public hearing by a competent, independent
and impartial court of law or international tribunal.

“It has been four years since the first transfer to Guantanamo bay – and
that’s four years too long. It’s time to end the torture, fear and
uncertainty and release those that can not be charged.”






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