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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the nation at 8 pm today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the nation at 8 pm today
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"It is a transparent attempt to hide the fact that the Obama administration's interagency process for closing Guantanamo is an incoherent mess," said Farah, an attorney with the Centre for Constitutional Rights.
"And it is plainly intended to conceal the inconsistency between the administration's stated intention to close Guantanamo and the steps taken to transfer cleared men," he added.
Amnesty International USA also condemned the decision.
The Yemeni detainee has been force-fed by nasal tube since he stopped eating solid food in 2007. His weight loss over the last 18 months raised fears among his lawyers that he could die of starvation. Pentagon officials said he was receiving proper care.
Lawyers for Ba Odah, who was captured by the Pakistani Army along the Afghan border and was accused of receiving weapons training in order to fight with the Taliban, said Obama could have instructed government lawyers not to oppose the habeas petition on Friday.
There are as many as a half dozen other habeas petitions that the government could choose not to contest.
They said Ba Odah was a test case for how the president could transfer more of the 52 detainees who have been cleared from release but remain in Guantanamo. Such releases avoid a congressionally mandated requirement that the Secretary of Defence personally sign a waiver approving each transfer.
The signed waiver requirement, and intense opposition to releases from top military commanders, has resulted in successive defence secretaries being slow to transfer detainees cleared for release.