Charted History of the Bible by James Kahler

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The Islamists had won the legislative elections of December 1991, which were then annulled. France is a Party since 1986 to the 1984 Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. The Convention allows states to prosecute an alleged offender, whatever his nationality, present in its territory. 39 The state must then make a preliminary inquiry into the facts. html, accessed on 7 December 2004. Art. 6 of the Convention. French Democracy and Justice 27 Nezzar returned hurriedly to Algeria on 26 April 2001, allegedly with the assistance of the French political authorities.

Other provisions include the presumption of innocence, freedom of opinions and of communications of thoughts and opinions, within legal bounds, the ‘sacred’ right to private property. Due process of law had already been affirmed by the Magna Carta granted by King John in 1215, reaffirmed by King Edward III in 1354 and followed by the English Bill of Rights of 1688. In the United States of America, the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution in 1791. The French Declaration and the US Bill of Rights were used by many other countries as models.

None of the government officials – two Prime Ministers and one Minister of Defence – was condemned. The blame was laid entirely on the defunct President François Mitterand, who created the ‘anti-terrorist cell’ and was closely informed of its activities. All those condemned received suspended jail sentences, and fines which they could then ask the French state to pay, as their fault was not personal, but directly linked with their administrative functions. They included: – the prefect Christian Prouteau, head of the cell, condemned to eight months suspended imprisonment, and €5000 fine; Paul Barril, his assistant, six months and the same fine; a former head of Mitterand’s cabinet, six months and, again, the same fine; a general, no.

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