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Thursday, 29 March 2012

INTERPOL and RACIAL CHARACTER

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INTERPOL and RACIAL CHARACTER



Neutrality
(Article 3 of the Constitution)


Purpose

Neutrality is, and always has been, paramount to INTERPOL. As an international organization with a unique mandate, namely to prevent and fight crime through enhanced international police cooperation, it is of the utmost importance that INTERPOL’s activities transcend domestic and international politics.
Article 3 of INTERPOL’s  Constitution enshrines this guiding principle of neutrality by explicitly forbidding INTERPOL from engaging in matters of political, military, religious and racial character.
This principle was first introduced in INTERPOL’s Statute in 1948, when the phrase "to the strict exclusion of all matters having a political, religious or racial character" was added to the end of Article 1(1) of the Organization’s Statute, which defined the Organization’s purposes.
Upon the adoption of INTERPOL’s Constitution in 1956, this principle was inscribed in Article 3, and was extended to also include activities of a military nature.

http://www.interpol.int/About-INTERPOL/Legal-materials/Neutrality-Article-3-of-the-Constitution


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Could there be a conflict of interest between INTERPOL and the British Government on the subject of Racial Character?

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