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عدد مرات القراءة 23962006-07-06

'INQUIRY INTO EXTRAORDINARY RENDITION FLIGHTS MUST CONTINUE' DEMANDS
GREEN MEP

The European Parliament debate on the interim report into the alleged
‘Extraordinary renditions’ by the CIA in Europe has taken place today.

Speaking during the debate Green MEP, Jean Lambert, who sits on the
European Parliament’s Committee of Inquiry in to the CIA Flights said
there were a number of issues that still needed to be resolved. Jean
said: “The inquiry into the alleged CIA Extraordinary Rendition Flights
is like a puzzle that is nearly complete, there are just a few missing
pieces, questions and issues that must be addressed before we can draw a
final conclusion. We must therefore support the inquiry until the end
when the truth can be told.

“In terms of the facts and the political consequences it is almost
irrelevant that we have found one or two cases of extraordinary
rendition. This is something that should not and can not be tolerated at
all – there is no such thing as a ‘little bit of torture’.

“We have been told that the law currently in place is not adequate to
protect our human rights but we need to question if we are using the
existing law effectively and fairly to protect us all.

“With an increasing amount of MOU’s (Memorandum of Understanding) coming
into play it seems Government’s are making up a ‘convenient’ law of
their own kind using trust instead of facts and the law to protect their
citizens. We must work together, within the law to end torture and
terrorism and protect our human rights now and in the future.”






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