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Solidarity with the FAG from Uruguay

category brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana | repression / prisoners | news report author Wednesday November 18, 2009 19:13author by Federación Anarquista Uruguaya - FAU Report this post to the editors

Our solidarity is not just in words

Today 50 comrades gathered at the Brazilian Embassy in Uruguay to demonstrate against the repression that has hit the comrades of the Federação Anarquista Gaúcha. [Castellano]
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Solidarity with the FAG from Uruguay


Today 50 comrades gathered at the Brazilian Embassy in Uruguay to demonstrate against the repression that has hit the comrades of the Federação Anarquista Gaúcha.

The rally was organized by Uruguayan anarchist collectives with the purpose of expressing our solidarity with our comrades.

For an hour, flyers were distributed and there was singing and waving outside the embassy. We were then met by the first secretary of the embassy, Arnaldo de Baena Fernandes, to whom we handed a letter denouncing the situation and demanding an immediate halt to the persecution of anarchist popular militants in Porto Alegre. He claimed to know nothing about the case but expressed an interest, saying he was aware of the murder of the landless peasant comrade Eltom Brum.

The various organizations involved in the protest expressed a commitment to keeping abreast of the case and allowing no foothold for the persecution to which we anarchists have always been subjected.

With the comrades of the FAG!
With solidarity and action!
Arriba los que luchan!

Thursday, 5 November 2009

Federación Anarquista Uruguaya

(Uruguayan Anarchist Federation)


Translation by FdCA-International Relations office

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