Petition calling for Iraq enquiry to be conducted in public


On many occasions Prime Minister Gordon Brown has promised that there will be a proper inquiry into the decision to go to war in Iraq, and more “transparency” across government. Recently however he has suggested that parts of the investigation should be carried out in secret.

This Wednesday, parliament is voting on the issue. Justice and Peace groups around the UK are signing a petition organised by the 38 Degrees campaign, to urge MPs to vote in favour of a public enquiry.

To sign the petition see: 38degrees.org.uk/page/m2/74c05e6d/2d44595b/58cde1bf/4674e3c4/284949198/VEsE/> http://38degrees.org.uk/page/s/IraqInquiry



Tags: Gordon Brown, Iraq enquiry, secret

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