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Watershed moment for Interpol reform" - Stirling talks to Royal Gazette on Interpol Abuse

Alan Stevenson detention is ‘an abuse of his rights’

Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai explains that,“Alan's case is emblematic of what has been happening with ever greater frequency from the Gulf states.

“Interpol has been hijacked by authoritarian regimes around the world who abuse the red notice system to persecute political opponents, dissidents, independent journalists, and private individuals over financial disputes.”

Ms Stirling said that countries such as Qatar and the United Arab Emirates led the world in wrongful “red notice” requests for debt collection, which was an abuse of Interpol rules."

Read more at The Royal Gazette Here



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