BBC NEWS | World | Europe US chides Belgium over rights law
Washington has berated Brussels after several Iraqi families announced they were suing former US President George Bush and other US politicians for human rights violations in a Belgian court.
This is a nice little turnaround. America, with impunity, insists that anyone they wish to arrest, they can and will arrest (for example this man), yet when another country, in this case Belgium, decided that the US has broken their laws…
What is the process for arranging a nationwide vote of no confidence? Is there any way of suing the prime minister for unlawful warmongery, flagrant misuse of power or failure to comply with public wishes?