As chemical weapons watchdog’s credibility crumbles, OPCW member states strip Syria’s voting rights | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

As chemical weapons watchdog’s credibility crumbles, OPCW member states strip Syria’s voting rights

Syria has been stripped of most of its rights at the global chemical weapons watchdog for alleged breaches. The OPCW stands accused of suppressing facts reported by its own inspectors in Syria for political purposes.

The vote to penalize Syria took place on Wednesday at the conference of the states that are parties to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague. Syria was punished for allegedly violating the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), of which the OCPW is the guardian, based on reports by the special Investigation and Identification Team (IIT).

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