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Belgian Socialists Have Anti-armenian Position

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  • Belgian Socialists Have Anti-armenian Position

    AZG Armenian Daily #092, 21/05/2005


    Armenian Genocide

    BELGIAN SOCIALISTS HAVE ANTI-ARMENIAN POSITION

    Soon, the Senate of Belgium is going to discuss the bill that envisages
    criminal punishment for denying genocides. The point is that the bill
    concerns only de jure recognized genocides. We have already mentioned
    that the bill can be applied against the deniers of the Armenian
    Genocide only when certain amendments are made to the document.

    It is envisaged to discuss the amendments that envisage criminal
    punishment for other instances, particularly, for the Belgian
    federal legal bodies and the legal instances of Europe that denied
    the recognized genocides.

    According to the information sent to the Justice and Democracy
    Federation of European Armenians, the socialist party of Belgium
    has occupied an openly negative position. Trying to approve their
    anti-Armenian position, the socialists state that they are against
    the submitted amendments, as "one shouldn't include such an important
    idea as genocide into a criminal text."

    The socialists cynically conclude that it will be possible to apply
    the current bill for "the Armenian Genocide too, when it will be
    recognized by a relevant instance."

    The Justice and Democracy Federation of European Armenians believes
    that this position of the Socialistic party is directly dictated by the
    Turkish state, that continues the policy of denying and disregarding
    the Armenian Genocide.

    "In fact, the socialists are mocking at the Belgian instances and,
    in particular, the Senate, equaling to zero the bills that they adopt
    there," the Federation of the European Armenians emphasized, condemning
    the position of the Socialist Party that denies its own past.

    The current position of the Socialists is conditioned by only
    pre-electoral factors and is aimed to please thousands of Turks that
    live in Brussels. The Federation calls for the legal enforcement
    organizations, the Center for Equal Rights, the activists of Socialist
    movement, the genocide victims' organizations, in particular, the
    Jewish, Armenian and other unions to demand from the Socialist Party
    to apologize and occupy a position that keeps in line with European
    values.

    By Petros Keshishian
    [url]http://www.ArmenianAncestry.com[/url] - [COLOR="Red"]Armenian[/COLOR] [COLOR="Blue"]Genealogy[/COLOR] [COLOR="Orange"]Forum[/COLOR]
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