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20 May 2016

Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights asks for an update on G4S's implementation of the NCP's recommendations in respect of its operations in Israel & the Occupied Palestinian Territories

Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR) sends letter to G4S seeking "clarification of G4S’ interpretation of the NCP’s Final Statement; an update on G4S' review of the NCP's adverse findings and the implementation of the NCP’s recommendations; and clarification on G4S’ contracts in Israel and the OPT and public commitments".

LPHR originally submitted its letter to the company on 28 October 2015, and then again in January 2016 and March 2016, but did not receive a reply to it and its 16 specific question.

We invited G4S to respond.  G4S sent the statement below which appears to respond to two recent commentaries published on LPHR's website.

On 23 May LPHR sent us the rejoinder below.  We invited G4S to respond and in reply it said it could not reply any further than it had previously.