Monday, 6 February 2012

Caroline's question to Hague on Syria, early today:

Caroline Lucas (Brighton, Pavilion) (Green): "Tunisia, the first Arab country to be liberated from a despot in the Arab spring, is expelling its Syrian ambassador and de-recognising the murderous and criminal Assad regime. The Syrian National Council has called on other countries to follow suit, so will the British Government be considering that?"
 
Mr Hague: "As I mentioned, I do not rule that out. If we were to do that, I would like us to act in concert with other nations. Therefore, what other nations do is a factor, and we will keep in close consultation with our European and Arab partners on this."
 

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Caroline Lucas (Brighton, Pavilion) (Green): "Tunisia, the first Arab country to be liberated from a despot in the Arab spring, is expelling its Syrian ambassador and de-recognising the murderous and criminal Assad regime. The Syrian National Council has called on other countries to follow suit, so will the British Government be considering that?"
 
Mr Hague: "As I mentioned, I do not rule that out. If we were to do that, I would like us to act in concert with other nations. Therefore, what other nations do is a factor, and we will keep in close consultation with our European and Arab partners on this."
 
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmtoday/cmdebate/c_03.htm#d2e1651
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