The New Democratic Party (NDP) supports the request of the Canadian departments for Amnesty International and in turn urges the government, which it does not see as necessary at the present time, to investigate the role of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and of Canada. The Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in the setbacks that Mohamed Ould Salahi suffered.
Opposition Unionist Party deputy leader Alexandre Puliris said on Friday that it was important to highlight the work of the Canadian police, whom the Mauritanian citizen in particular accuses of sending misleading information to their US counterparts. Contributed to his arrest and prolonged detention at the Guantanamo military prison.
The deputy pointed out that “if there is no investigation, we will comment with the unpleasant smell surrounding this case,” stressing that the case of Mr. Slahi reminds us of the case of the Canadian engineer Maher Arar, who was kidnapped by the Prime Minister. The United States in 2002 was tortured in Syria on the basis of false information provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The Ministry of Public Security said by email late Friday afternoon that it was aware of Mr. Salah’s allegations but was not aware of “any information that would indicate the need for an investigation.” About the actions of the CIA and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police regarding the actions of the CIA and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police regarding With this issue. ”
Mr. Bulleris warned earlier today that his party would not hesitate to formally call for an investigation into Parliament if the government refuses to move forward even if it says it doubts it can count on it. Support Québécois Bloc and the Conservative Party on this topic.
The two groups, he said, do not want to touch on a ten-foot pole of human rights files relating to the Muslim community. He said, “In the National Party, human rights are not negotiable, regardless of the community concerned.”
Public Security Quebec Bloc spokeswoman Christina Michaud said Friday that she hopes the government will convey “with the greatest transparency” its conclusions about Mr. El-Salahi’s allegations in order to allow parliamentarians to act “in full swing. Know the facts.”
MI am Michoud also specified to draw the attention of the National Democratic Party that “it is necessary to avoid partisanship” in a “delicate file” such as the file of the Mauritanian citizen.
For his part, former critic of the Conservative Party in public security affairs, Pierre Paul Hoss, criticized the exit of Mr. Polleris, noting that it was “abominable” to suggest that his party linked its interventions in the field of terrorist acts with the religion of those targeted by the authorities.
Mr. Paul Hus was not in a position to clarify the formation’s position on Ottawa’s need to investigate the role of RCMP and CSIS in Mr. Salah’s woes. Its Communications Department did not respond to questions from Journalism.
Mohamedou Ould Salahi lived in Montreal for a few months in the late 1990s after obtaining permanent residency. He was suspected by RCMP and CSIS, shortly after his arrival, of being a central player in the failed Millennium bombing project targeting Los Angeles Airport.
The 50-year-old was questioned and monitored by Canadian authorities but not arrested. He returned to Mauritania in the early 2000s and was interrogated and temporarily detained before being transferred at the request of the United States to Guantanamo after the attacks of 11 September 2001. He was subjected to prolonged torture before his release without charge, and 14 years later.
His clash in the early 1990s in Afghanistan, where he traveled to train in an Al Qaeda camp and supported the mujahideen’s fight against the pro-Russian regime in Kabul, as well as his interactions with his cousin increased. – A member of Osama bin Laden’s organization, who has previously been placed within the crossfire of the intelligence services in several countries
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