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Parliamentary questions
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23 May 2012
E-005238/2012
Question for written answer E-005238/2012
to the Commission
Rule 117
Konrad Szymański (ECR) and Martin Kastler (PPE)

 Subject: Funds from the EU budget and forced sterilisation in South Africa
 Answer in writing 

In 2010, 12 women were planning to take the South African Government to court, claiming they had been forcibly sterilised. In 2009, South Africa received funds under the Seventh Framework Programme (budget line 08 02 01, ‘Cooperation and Health’). The recipient of the grant was EquitAble, a four-year programme designed to provide universal and equitable access to healthcare for vulnerable people in poor-resource settings. In addition to receiving this grant, the South African Government has also received bulk grants, with no specifications, from the Commission under budget line 21 06 02, ‘Relations with South Africa’.

If it is concluded that these South African women were indeed forcibly sterilised, can the Commission demonstrate that none of the abovementioned funds were used in connection with the forcible sterilisation of women in South Africa?

 OJ C 173 E, 19/06/2013
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