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Falahatpisheh: UK Undergoing Human Rights Legitimacy Crisis

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Aug 10 (ICANA) – A prominent member of Iranian parliament says what is happening in UK these days shows that the London government is undergoing a human rights legitimacy crisis.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011 11:17:16 PM
Falahatpisheh: UK Undergoing Human Rights Legitimacy Crisis

Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee of the Majlis Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh said the recent unrests in UK have been unprecedented in the country since World War II.

"UK is the return scene of unrests the country created for other countries," the lawmaker told ICANA Wednesday.

"Britain which meddles in other countries of the world under the pretext of human rights is now faced with human rights legitimacy crisis," Falahatpisheh said, adding: "This situation already existed but now part of it such as the murder of a black youth has been publicized."

He said in today's cyber world the European countries too are easily influenced by Islamic states. "We are all witnessing how Britain is now undergoing change after what happened in Spain and Portugal."

The MP said: "The developments in UK are critical in the sense that the British have always been behind developments in other countries; that is London has played a part in any political unrest elsewhere."

Throughout history, the parliamentarian said, we have never seen Britain offer any plan for the cause of stability and tranquility in a country. "All British schemes have either been conspiracy or disintegration plan. Britain has always worked for stabilization of unrests and under these conditions, the fair-minded public opinion in the world are exposing the realities of that country to stop them from more intervention in other countries."

British Prime Minister David Cameron has promised tough action against anyone stoking violence in the streets. He said his government will do everything necessary to restore order.

His comments came following a third night of violence in the capital London with youths looting shops, torching buildings and attacking police.

The disorder spread beyond the capital to Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol on Monday evening and early Tuesday.

Cameron said 16,000 officers will be deployed in the streets on Tuesday night to prevent a fresh eruption of unrest. He said the parliament will be recalled on Thursday to discuss the recent incidents.

Over 450 people have been arrested since the violence began on Saturday.

It first erupted after a peaceful protest in Tottenham over the fatal shooting of a black man by police.

But some blame the disorder on deeper social problems like unemployment and insensitive policing.

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