Drug Control And Human Rights
That this House deplores the use of the death penalty for drugs and the worldwide prevalence of detention centres for drug offences; commends the recent report from Harm Reduction International, Partners in Crime, which identifies nations where international aid for drug enforcement has often resulted in gross human rights violations; notes that in the name of drug control, donor countries are supporting practices in other countries that they themselves regard as morally reprehensible and illegal; and calls on the Government to act on the report's recommendations to promote drug control policies that truly respect, protect and fulfil human rights.
This motion has been signed by a total of 17 MPs.
|John McDonnell||11/07/2012||Hayes and Harlington||Labour||Proposed|
|Kelvin Hopkins||12/07/2012||Luton North||Labour||Seconded|
|Caroline Lucas||12/07/2012||Brighton, Pavilion||Green||Seconded|
|Jeremy Corbyn||12/07/2012||Islington North||Labour||Seconded|
|Jim Dobbin||12/07/2012||Heywood and Middleton||Labour||Seconded|
|Peter Bottomley||16/07/2012||Worthing West||Conservative||Signed|
|Mark Durkan||16/07/2012||Foyle||Social Democratic and Labour Party||Signed|
|Margaret Ritchie||17/07/2012||South Down||Social Democratic and Labour Party||Signed|
|Mike Wood||17/07/2012||Batley and Spen||Labour||Signed|
|Katy Clark||17/07/2012||North Ayrshire and Arran||Labour||Signed|
|Virendra Sharma||17/07/2012||Ealing, Southall||Labour||Signed|
|George Galloway||03/09/2012||Bradford West||Respect||Signed|
|John Hemming||13/09/2012||Birmingham, Yardley||Liberal Democrat||Signed|
|Julian Huppert||15/10/2012||Cambridge||Liberal Democrat||Signed|
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