The Minister of Justice expects to release declassified documents “within the next six months.”
US President Joe Biden issued an executive order on Friday regarding a Lift the confidentiality of the investigation documents within the next six months On September 11It is a sensitive topic for some families of the victims.
Referring to the campaign’s “pledge,” Joe Biden “signed an executive order directing the Department of Justice and all relevant agencies to oversee the review of the declassification of documents related to the 9/11 investigation,” according to the White House. The justice minister will have to publish the declassified documents “within the next six months”.
Saudi Arabia suspects
Families of 9/11 victims launched a legal battle against Saudi Arabia and other countries they accuse of complicity. During these actions, successive US governments invoked state secrecy in order not to publish certain documents.
The topic is sensitive. At the beginning of August, families of victims, survivors of the attacks, and members of the rescue teams posted a message explaining that the Democratic president would not be “welcome” at the upcoming memorial service if he did not “hold his own parties…the promise.”
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