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9/27-28 Protests Against Conde Administration and Commemorative Activities for Victims of Sept. 28, 2009

September 26, 2011

Scheduled protests against Alpha Conde and his administration and commemorative activities associated with September 28, 2009

 Tuesday, September 27

GUINEA:

On September 27, Tuesday, the Guinean opposition collective will hold a march to protest against the Alpha Conde administration. The march will start at Kilometer 36 which is at the outer edge of Conakry’s city limits. The march will move to the city center to Kaloum.  A rally will follow immediately at the same stadium where, on September 28, 2009, Guinean military attacked unarmed citizens. In that attack, at least 200 were murdered, 1,200 were injured and over 100 women were viciously raped.

Wednesday, September 28

NEW YORK:

Pottal-Fii-Bhantal Foutah-Djallon has organized a march to remember and honor the victims of the September 28, 2009, state-sponsored attack by Guinean military against unarmed opposition demonstrators. In addition, the gathering will serve as a protest against impunity in Guinea. Protesters will gather outside the United Nations building where a ceremony and speakers will address the crowd. For more information, go to the Guineepresse website.

LONDON:

Guineans and friends of Guinea will be marching against the Alpha Conde administration. It is scheduled to start at 11am local time. For more information, go to the UFDG website.

PARIS:

In commemoration of the victims of September 28, 2009, and their families, Guineans and friends of Guinea who are concerned about human rights will come together for a day of “JUSTICE.” The gathering will start at noon and go until 4PM (local time) and take place at: 3, Rue Château d’Eau, 75010 Paris. – Metro : République. Lignes : 3, 5, 8, 9, 11.  For additional information, go to the Guineepresse website.

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