07 November 2016
"The 85th INTERPOL General Assembly is currently underway in Bali, Indonesia, and on Wednesday INTERPOL will have a crucial opportunity to publicly reaffirm its commitment to safer and fairer working practices, when it announces the conclusions of its Working Group on the Processing of Information. The Working Group will make public the outcomes of its review, following recommendations submitted by Fair Trials which are intended to make it harder for countries to abuse “wanted person” Red Notice alerts for political ends."
See full article: INTERPOL has a chance to crackdown on Red Notice abuse: will it act? (Fair Trials, link)
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