Six UK lawmakers slam UAE Interpol president candidate

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The UAE’s candidate for chief of the Interpol global policing body was slammed by six British lawmakers on Monday, the same week as the election to replace President Kim Jong Yang is to occur in Istanbul. Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi is the UAE interior ministry inspector general, a position he has held for six years, and which puts him in charge of the Gulf state’s police and security services. On Monday, five British MPs and one Baroness – including the co-chairs of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Human Rights – sent Minister Boris Johnson a letter detailing their objections to Al-Raisi’…

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