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November 2010 Volume 3

EU Lawmaker Calls for End to UFO Secrecy
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Mario Borghezio, leader of the Italian Northern League party, wants the 27 governments of the European Union to disclose all their UFO files. As of June 28, 2010, the declaration had received 17 signatures.

"Many members of the scientific community have been looking into the issue of UFOs and have denounced the systematic covering-up of information on the subject ..." the declarations states. "A study of the material collected by the governments of all the member states would have major scientific and technological spinoffs."

UFOs have already been discussed  in the European Parliament. In 1990, a European UFO Observation Center was proposed after many UFO sightings in Belgium. 

Borghezio is the latest European official wanting to unite EU members in a UFO crusade.  His proposal says it's "essential to set up a scientific center for the analysis and dissemination of the scientific data gathered to date by various European bodies and governments."

Borghezio also calls for
public archives on UFOs to be opened up;  records to be declassified by the member states, and allowing the public and mass media to access all documents.

The EU declaration says

1. The European Parliament “recognizes that in 1978 the 33rd General Assembly of the United Nations formally recognized UFOs as a valid issue;”

2. Considers it essential to set up a scientific centre to study and share all scientific data gathered by European bodies and governments;

3. Calls for public archives on UFOs to be opened up;

4. Calls for records to be declassified by Member States

5.  Instructs the EU President to send this declaration with signatures to the Council, Commission and governments of the Member States.


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