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29/01/2014 10:50 -02 | Atualizado 26/01/2017 20:50 -02

Snowden agora é indicado para Nobel da Paz 2014

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - OCTOBER 31:  NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden during a meeting with German Green Party MP Hans-Christian Stroebele (not pictured) regarding being a witness for a possible investigation into NSA spying in Germany, on October 31, 2013 in Moscow, Russia. There has been calls in Germany for an investigation into alledged US spying in Germany, which reportedly could include the tapping of German chancellor Angela Merkels phone. (Photo by Sunshinepress/Getty Images)
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MOSCOW, RUSSIA - OCTOBER 31: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden during a meeting with German Green Party MP Hans-Christian Stroebele (not pictured) regarding being a witness for a possible investigation into NSA spying in Germany, on October 31, 2013 in Moscow, Russia. There has been calls in Germany for an investigation into alledged US spying in Germany, which reportedly could include the tapping of German chancellor Angela Merkels phone. (Photo by Sunshinepress/Getty Images)

Dois políticos noruegueses anunciaram que indicaram o ex-analista da CIA Edward Snowden para o Prêmio Nobel da Paz 2014. A indicação significa apenas que Snowden estará na lista de nomes que o comitê do Nobel levará em consideração.

Os parlamentares socialistas Baard Vegard Solhjell, ex-ministro do Meio Ambiente, e Snorre Valen disseram nesta quarta-feira (29) que o debate público e as mudanças políticas "na sequência dos vazamentos de Snowden contribuíram para uma ordem mundial mais pacífica e estável".