"Indescribable and shameful" is The United Kingdom government has not yet published a report on alleged Russian involvement in British politics, Hillary Clinton told the BBC.
The report has an official security clearance, but it will only be published after the December 12 election.
"Everyone who votes in this country deserves to see this report before your election occurs," said the former US presidential candidate.
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Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee report examines Russian activity in the United Kingdom's democracy.
Includes allegations of espionage, subversion and election interference.
It contains evidence from the UK intelligence services such as GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 on covert Russian attempts to influence the outcome of the EU referendum in 2016 and the general elections in 2017.
The report was finalized in March and cited No. 10 of
But approval for its publication has not yet been given – and should not happen until after the day of voting.
Deputies in the Intelligence Committee were highly critical of this result, but the government said the weather was not unusual.
In a speech on BBC Radio 4's program today while on a book tour in Britain, Ms Clinton said she was "speechless" that the government would not release the report.
"This must be an absolute requirement," she said.
"Because there is no doubt – we know it here, we saw it in Europe, we saw it here – that Russia in particular is determined to try to shape the politics of Western democracies.
" Not in our favor, but in our favor in their favor. "
She also told BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnet:" I find it inexplicable that your government will not publish a government report on Russian influence. Inappropriate and shameful. "
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Mrs. Clinton said the US had a similar problem in the 2016 election when it was defeated as a Republican presidential candidate by Donald Trump.
Trump and his campaign, in her view, were subject to an investigation into their ties with Russia, Russian agents and others who promote Russian interests. But the American public did not know before the election.
The Russians were still "in" her country's electoral system, she said, still "pumping propaganda."
"So there is no doubt about the role that Russia played in our election in 2016 and continues to play.
" I would not like to see this happen here. Whatever the result. I do not know what is in it ((the report) more than any other.
"But surely the people who are to vote in about a month's time deserve to know what is in a report that one has to speculate, there must be some concern. otherwise, why not make it public? "
Chancellor Sajid Javid told the BBC that the timetable for publishing the report was "completely normal" because of the sensitive nature of the content.
However, Labor's shadow secretary, Emily Thornbury, said the decision not to clear the publication report before Parliament's closure before the general election was "clearly politically motivated."
Speaking to Commons last week, she suggested that the report could raise questions about the links between Russia, Brexit and Tory leadership, which could derail the Conservatives' election campaign.
Sources have told the BBC that there is no objection from any other government agency or department to the publication of the report – leaving the decision to release it with Downing Street.
In the United States, the Mueller investigation exposed a broad pattern of interference with the 2016 US presidential election – in particular the use of social media and leakage of documents.
However, no criminal conspiracy has been identified between Moscow and the Trump campaign.
No evidence of a cyber-campaign of this magnitude has been presented so far in the UK, and government ministers said there was no evidence of "successful" Russian intervention in elections in the United Kingdom.