Wiesenthal Centre Welcomes Libertas "Committment to Fight Racism and Antisemitism Within the European Parliament and Other European Institutions
Paris , 3 June
Libertas founder, Declan Ganley, responded within 24 hours to the Wiesenthal Centre's expression of concern at the pan-European party's reported links with racist candidates in the lead up to this week's European Parliament elections.
Ganley assured the Centre's Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels, that Libertas was dedicated "to rooting out such groups, parties and individuals wherever they manifest themselves."
The Centre will identify to Libertas bigots who achieve election to the new Parliament.
Libertas is expected to fulfill its pledge to the Wiesenthal Centre to disassociate itself from such elements and to take measures to contain extremist groups and parties across the European Union.
For further information contact Shimon Samuels at email@example.com or +33 609770158