The Scottish Government is facing calls for updates on the state of the Lockerbie bomber's health to be made public.
The Conservatives made the call to mark the three-month anniversary of the compassionate release of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill insisted his controversial decision to free the only man convicted of the atrocity was taken following medical advice that he had as little as 90 days to live.
However, that landmark was reached on on Wednesday with Megrahi, who is suffering from terminal prostate cancer, still alive in Libya.
The state of the health of the man convicted of murdering 270 people by blowing up Pan Am flight 103 has been the subject of great speculation, but little is known about his current condition.
Under the terms of Megrahi's release, East Renfrewshire Council receives a monthly report from Megrahi's doctors on his condition.
Now, the Tories have called on the Government to give the public updates on his condition, as well as information about whether he has fully complied with the conditions of his release.
Bill Aitken MSP, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Justice, says: “Mr. Megrahi lost all rights to patient confidentiality when he became Britain's worst mass murderer. Scotland is still sickened by the sight of his hero's return to Tripoli.
“He is supposed to be regularly monitored in Libya to ensure he complies with the terms of his freedom licence. The Scottish Government must ensure full details are published, including backdated reports and all on-going medical assessments.”
Mr Megrahi was released on August 20 on compassionate grounds, but the decision was met with anger from the families of the American victims of the bombing.
There was further condemnation of Mr MacAskill's decision when footage showed the bomber arriving in Tripoli to a hero's welcome featuring waving saltires.
The Scottish Government said the report which led to his release has been published on the Scottish Government website.
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