Sunday, November 02, 2008

Scary Europe? Banning Lech Walesa

Chavistas has been telling to whomever would listen that the vote in the European Parliament that condemned the "inhabilitaciones" and the expulsion of noted Human Rights activist Miguel Vivancos held no value and that they could not care less. Obviously the lady did protest too much.

Today we learn that a commission of European Parliamentarians was not allowed to visit noted political prisoners, and that Lech Walesa would be forbidden to enter the country.

So, Hugo, you care or you do not care about what the European Union says over your Human Rights record?

-The end-

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