OPPOSITION DEMONSTRATIONS Next Week in New York, London, and Paris: Guineans Say “Basta Ya!” to Conde’s Murderous Regime
PROTEST MARCH IN WASHINGTON, DC, IN 2010: A man holds one of the most iconic photos from the September 28, 2009 massacre in which 1,200 people were injured, over 200 were murdered, and over 100 women were viciously raped. Alpha Conde has refused to ensure that this horrible crime is investigated and that the perpetrators are brought to justice. The International Criminal Court threatens to prosecute the case if there is no movement by the Guinean government. No wonder Conde is reluctant to proceed. He appointed two of the biggest perpetrators of the September 28 violence to his cabinet –Tiegboro Camara and Claude Pivi (photo below) — the highest insult imaginable to the memory of the victims.
Following are announcements for demonstrations next week: New York (3-12), London (3-12), and Paris (3-16). Rough translation into English via Google.
Press Collective of political parties, ADP and CDR in the United States of America
TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS AND ACTIVISTS
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS (Regional, Sub-prefecture and Villageoises)
TO ALL ORGANIZATIONS FEMMININES (SERES AND OTHERS)
TO ALL MEDIA
CDR, ADP and Collective Political Party has organized a protest march Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the United Nations. Gather at the Consulate of Guinea beginning at 9 am on 39 Street between 3rd Avenue and Lexington Avenue.
Transportation by train: 4, 5, 6 to Grand Central Station (42nd Street)
Furthermore, this work is among other things to:
1 – DENOUNCE THE VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN GUINEA: :
– The massacres and bloody repression on the poor innocent citizens;
– Systematic looting of property, as well as houses and shops burned;
– Arbitrary arrests.
2 – CHARGED:
– The immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners.
– The compensation of our activists and supporters lost their property;
– That the perpetrators are brought to justice in accordance with law.
– Voting of Guineans abroad in legislative elections;
– The replacement of Waymark for an operator that will have international credibility.
– And urgently appeal to all stakeholders to national healing
3 – ASK:
The involvement of the INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, THE AFRICAN UNION and ECOWAS to prevent a civil war and stop atrocities on poor citizens throughout the national territory.
However, it should be noted that all these acts are orchestrated by the red berets of the presidential guard, military and RPG arc-en-ciel thugs in a fierce atrocity, the very inhuman regime which is the sole responsibility of Professor ALPHA CONDE.
To this end we call on all peace-loving citizens, justice, and solidarity kindly respond massively to the call of the opposition together to say NO to dictatorship, no to the ethno-strategy, division … Yes to dialogue, respect for the law and national concord to go to free elections, credible and transparent to initiate a sustainable development of our country.
Our deepest condolences to the bereaved families. AMEN!
For more information, please contact:
(347) 232-9900 (718) 607-5817
(347) 241-0357 (347) 255-4076
(646) 418-5215 (347) 856-1784
(646) 626-2476 (347) 209-3399
Collective political parties, ADP, and CDR
Made in NEW YORK CITY, March 5, 2013
Call for expressions Tuesday, March 12, 2013 before the Office of the British Prime Minister at Downing Street
Pottal Fii Bhantal in Britain invites the entire community Guinean political parties of the opposition Guinean (ADP Collective & CDR), the Friends of Guinea and all organizations working to defend human rights, at a very great demonstration scheduled Tuesday, 12/03/2013, 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. before the Office has the Prime Minister at Downing Street.
This event will be an opportunity for us to expose, once again, with the British public and politicians of this country, especially the Prime Minister, David Cameron:
Tony Blair’s support vis-à-vis the dictator Alpha Condé in the plundering of our resources in Guinea and the misuse of taxpayer money Guinea;
Repeated violations of human rights in Guinea, since the arrival of Alpha Condé to power, December 21, 2010 (bans protests, violent repression of opposition activists, the daily violations of the Constitution and conspiracies fomented).
Many financial scandals in which he is involved, the most recent (more than 20 million misappropriated revelation made by the British newspaper The Sunday Times), the exclusion of a large part of the population in the management of the State, unprecedented political crisis arising from his refusal to hold elections free and transparent for more than 2 years, THE NEW MOVES THAT GRADUALLY DICTATORSHIP IN GUINEA AND THE RISK OF CONFLICT AND CIVIL WAR IN GUINEA.
Pottal UK asks everyone to make an effort to meet at our very early demonstration to defend the cause of Guineans, and express our discontent vis-à-vis the sprouting unacceptable dictatorship of Alpha Condé.
Britain, March 8, 2013.
Massive demonstration Democrats Guinean Paris Saturday, March 16, 2013.
“Let us stand now, the change is now, Changing old change”
“Alpha Condé, out of my country!”
“All together against the Republicans Guinea mafia clan Alpha Condé”
The whole Guinean opposition, civil associations and activists for Guinean Human Rights invite all Guineans in France, Europe, Friends of Guinea to meet in Paris, Saturday, March 16, 2013 of 14h to 18h to beat the streets of Paris.
The event will be held that day from 14h to 18h on two strategic and historic sites of the French capital:
The Quai d’Orsay at 37, Quai d’Orsay, 75007 (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and the National Assembly of France in the Place du Président Edouard Herriot, 75007 Paris (National Assembly)
Access Quai d’Orsay:
- From 14h, Sitting in front of the Quai d’Orsay,
Subway Station Line 8 to Invalides, then take University Street on 23m, turn left rue Robert Esnault-Pelterie and continue 208m, turn left onto Quai d’Orsay and continue 106m, turn left Quai d ‘ Orsay and continue 62m
- 16h, connect start the Quai d’Orsay at the National Assembly of France located 500m.
The event’s main objective is to expose ethnocentrism, Nazism, cronyism, incompetence, exclusion, division community as a system of governance by Conde since he came to power by electoral hold-up by appointment a nebulous network with the blessing of General Konate with financial compensation (tens of millions of euros) which are paid in installments in the form of monthly payments.
This event aims to save Democracy, Justice and incite Gathering all Guineans around true republican values such as liberty, equality, fraternity, Security, the Civic, the Fatherland, universalism, and Secularism Merit.
This public action in other words will attract the attention of the French and international public opinion on the serious suspicions of government fraud in future elections, the refusal of dialogue, gross violations of Human Rights, rights in Guinea (targeted killings, rape, torture, arbitrary arrests in Conakry and towns within Labe, Pita, Dalaba, Mamou … the destruction of property belonging to civilians by militia and tribal army) , Corruption, excessively ethnicized administration and army, almost daily violation of the Guinean constitution and laws of the Republic …).
Written reports with irrefutable physical evidence of the evils of government established by Alpha Condé, human right crimes committed under his reign, the most recent of its militia and tribal army under the command of officers (Sékou Resco Camara, Namory Traoré … and civilian executives Sankon Malick, Briki Momo …) will be given to politicians of France, French Diplomacy, the elected the presidential majority, and those of the Left Right, the MEPs.
Conakry activists have always responded overwhelmingly to the call of the opposition, despite the risk of brutal repression of tribal militia and the army of Conde, then we must pay tribute to our martyrs killed in the fight for freedom, democracy, equality of citizens before the law.
The courage, the sacrifice of our fellow Conakry finally demonstrate the minority fascist regime, hence its current isolation and irritability.
Make a demonstration of force, show that the fascist regime of Alpha Condé has no electoral weight, in Guinea, or abroad, France first.
In all, Guineans who love their country, who are aware that it is now that we must act against the fascist regime of Alpha Condé before it is too late, are invited to make their own arrangements to respond to this call for this grandiose mobilization Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 14h to 18h at the Quai d’Orsay and the National Assembly.
Thank you, please pass the information through all possible channels and come with many signs, photos of victims and banners stating all defects in the administration of Alpha Condé.
The Political Opposition Associations and civil defense of Guinean Human Rights, Paris