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NGO Rejoinder

3 Jun 2016

Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR)

LPHR rejoinder

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G4S has, yet again, failed to acknowledge LPHR’s letter dated 28 October 2015, and has made no effort to respond to any of the 16 specific questions that it raises. It should be noted that it was this letter that G4S was invited to respond to by the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre. Instead, G4S’ response largely refers to two commentaries that LPHR published on its website two weeks earlier, and that G4S was not invited to respond to. Whilst LPHR does not object to G4S responding to these commentaries, it does object to it failing to respond to a letter that it has been sent repeatedly and that raises issues of fundamental concern.  In the interests of transparency to shareholders and stakeholders in the run up to its AGM on 26 May, LPHR would again like to invite G4S to respond to the 16 questions raised in its letter of 28 October 2015.