Sunday, September 13, 2009

DNA Testing Is Quietly Buried by Besson

Eric Besson, the ex-Socialist now in charge of immigration, has refused to sign orders authorizing DNA testing provided for under a law passed last year:

"Et moi je ne peux pas, dans le délai imparti, respecter et l'esprit et la lettre de la loi", a conclu le ministre.
And that's that. The law has been quietly buried, and no one seems to care, perhaps because the government is so intent on "essential matters," as Sarkozy recommended in the wake of the Hortefeux affair.

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