Editor's Viewpoint: Family of Nora have right to an inquest in Malaysia
The parents of Nora Quoirin have asked the Irish, French and British Governments to join publicly their demand for an inquest into their daughter's death in a Malaysian jungle.
Last August her body was found near the resort where she had been with her family.
Her family was told last Friday that the Malaysian police have decided Nora's case requires no further action, and an inquest has been ruled out.
Her mother Maebh, from Belfast, said the family will continue campaigning for answers. It is to pile further anguish on the Quoirins to deny them a further opportunity to uncover the truth.
Certainly, the authorities must rethink urgently their incomprehensible decision.
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