The US Congress is considering a law allowing for the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia
The Independent: The US Congress is considering a law allowing for the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia
newspaper British Independent published on Monday that the US Congress is considering enacting a new law that would allow families of the victims of September atheist / September 2001 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia and to obtain compensation for allegedly being linked to those attacks.
According to the newspaper, that “there is mounting claims in the United States , the need for disclosure of securities and confidential files about the Saudi relationship to the attacks, that could spark a diplomatic war.”
Explains that these files is a 28 – sheet within a locked report drawers in the Capitol , where the Capitol is located.
It adds the Independent that these pages are the heart of the dispute between the United States and Saudi Arabia, something which threatens repercussions on relations between the two countries where he teaches congressional enactment of a new law that would allow families of the victims of September atheist attacks to sue Riyadh and receive compensation.
the Gazette that this file is clouded the recent visit of US President Barack Obama to the Queen and the Riyadh threatened to sell assets in the United States exceed $ 750 billion a dangerous thing on the US economy.
According to the newspaper that former US President George W. Bush ‘s deployment of these pages also rejected and considered that diffusion may pose a threat to the interests national of the country and national security.