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"Mr President, to term these on-going brutalities in Sierra Leone as bestial is an insult to animals. After eight years of civil war, the road to peace seemed finally clear but the abhorrent brutalities, in particular those against women and children, carry on relentlessly. Child soldiers are abused on a large scale to pander to the malafide interests of adults. It is impossible to stabilise and reconstruct the country as long as citizens continue to be slaughtered. Europe should make a financial contribution to implement the DDR Programme. Diamond smuggling must be addressed efficiently. European support for rehabilitation programmes is also essential. Indeed, good mental and physical guidance of the victims is urgently required. It is also vitally important for enduring peace that the guilty parties are brought to justice rather than being appointed to ministers. When are the animals returning to their cages?"@en1

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