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(en) The Malian activist opposing the French intervention must be able to come to France to speak! (fr) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 21 Apr 2013 11:25:35 +0300

Aminata Traoré (resigned former Minister of Culture of Mali, initiator of the call Women of Mali against the war), was invited to Paris to explain his stance against the French intervention in Mali, during a meeting Public scheduled for April 22 at the AGECA, entitled "No to war in Mali! Withdrawal of troops! ". ---- At the World Social Forum in Tunis, she said in effect: "The war that was imposed today in Mali is not a war of liberation of the Malian people, but a war of plunder resources. I regret that many activists are wrong to challenge supporting a war is a war of position for a former colonial power. " ---- Aminata Traoré, who was granted a visa to travel to Berlin from 17 to 19 April, was informed by the German Embassy that France has prevented obtaining a visa for all Schengen countries.

How not to make the link between Aminata Traoré and the fact that she is persona non grata in France political beliefs?

This censorship of a Malian antiwar activist is outrageous. It is not also the first time that the French state does so because Oumar Mariko, General Secretary of SADI (African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence), was returned to Mali in spring 2012 when he was in transit to get to Roissy USA. He still has no freedom of movement at present.

We demand that the Quai d'Orsay not to obstruct the arrival in France of these activists, now and in the future.

First Signatories: Libertarian Alternative (AL), French Friendship Association and Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa (AFASPA), Emergence, United Front of Immigrations and Neighborhoods Popular (FUIQP) New Anti-Capitalist Party (NPA), Party natives of the Republic (PIR), Exit Colonialism.

Published April 20, 2013 by International Secretariat
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