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Washington plans to expand Guantanamo


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Washington plans to expand Guantanamo

Post by rocky on Wed 14 Jun 2017, 1:23 am

Washington plans to expand Guantanamo

Arab and international Since 2017-06-13 at 09:37 (Baghdad time)

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The US House of Representatives House Appropriations Committee approved a draft budget that includes $ 115 million to build permanent US military facilities inside Guantánamo Bay.
The move comes despite a significant drop in the number of inmates. The US Parliamentary Committee said that the construction of two barracks for the US military in the detention center in Guantanamo will be funded.
The committee's decision comes at the request of the administration of President Donald Trump, who asked for the funds to build permanent barracks instead of the old temporary housing there.
Former US President Barack Obama had reduced the number of prisoners in Guantanamo to 41. (During the George W. Bush era, there were 800 prisoners and when Obama came to power, the number was 245.) But Obama did not keep his promise to close the prison in Cuba.
Admiral Kurt Ted, who heads the US Southern Command, said in a press statement last April that the facilities "are not designed to withstand the high winds and frankly have long passed the date we expected to use."
He told Congress that about 580 soldiers were living in container-shaped shelters built in 2006 and 2008 and were designed to be used for five to seven years.
Trump said during his election campaign that he not only wanted the Guantanamo detention center to remain open, but also wanted to "fill it up with the bad guys."

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