Montevideo, October 23 .- The Latin American
Parliament approved a draft bill submitted by Cuba against terrorist
The document denounces double-standard
policies to terrorism and behaviors considered actions of terror like
Cuba's delegation was led by Dr. Jose Luis
Toledo, president of the Cuban Parliament's Legal Affairs Commission and Dean
of the University of Havana's Law School.
Cuban Legislator Lazaro Barredo denounced at
the Commission for Human Rights, Justice and Prison Policies, that the
regional criminal population has tripled and overpopulation of prisons
deteriorates living standard.
UN special rapporteur, Doctor Leandro Despouy,
denounced the concentration camp at the illegally occupied US Naval Base in
Guantanamo, which he termed as a violation of human rights and international
Parlatino signed a Cooperation Agreement with
the Parliamentary Forum on Small and Light Weapons, a Draft Bill on Drug
Trafficking, Violence against Women and Arms and Ammunition Control.
Parlatino, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, was
founded December 7, 1964, in Lima, Peru. This regional permanent body is made
of 22 member countries elected by vote.