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Petitioning Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), United Nations Development Program, United Nations

Stop the yulin dog meat eating festival!

The Lychee and Dog Meat Festival, commonly referred to as Yulin Dog Meat Festival, is an annual celebration held in Yulin, Guangxi, China, during the summer solstice in which festival goers eat dog meat and lychees. The festival began in 2009 and spans about ten days during which it is estimated that 10,000–15,000 dogs are consumed. The festival has been criticised by animal welfare and animal rights supporters. The tradition of dog meat consumption began over 4,000 years ago in China. Chinese practitioners of folk medicine believe that dog meat would help ward off the heat felt through the summer months. It wasn't until recent years that the festival in Yulin began. The festival is celebrated annually in Yulin, Guangxi, China, during the summer solstice in June, by eating dog meat and lychees. About 10,000 to 15,000 dogs are consumed during the 10 days of the festival. This number has decreased to 1,000 in 2015. Throughout the 10 days of festivities, dogs are paraded in wooden crates and metal cages and are taken to be skinned and cooked for consumption by festival visitors and local residents Inaugurated 21 June 2009Most recent 21 June 2018Previous event 21 June 2019Next event 21 June 2020 Dogs are very beautiful and loving creatures who deserve to have a good life. Killing them and eating them should be made illegal and people who do this should be jailed for eternity. Animals have equal rights to live as humans do. Its always good to be polite to our animal neighbours . Sign this petition to do your part on stopping the yulin dog meat festival.

Mihir Eshan
312,997 supporters
Petitioning Council of the European Union, European Commission, European Parliament, Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), United Nations

Premio Nobel de la Paz para Jordi Sànchez y Jordi Cuixart

Jordi Sànchez y Jordi Cuixart fueron los primeros presos políticos encerrados por el procés de Catalunya. Fueron acusados de un supuesto delito de sedición y enviados a la cárcel de Soto del Real en octubre de 2017. Están en prisión por sus ideas políticas y por ejercer sus derechos de expresión y participación política sin haber usado jamás la violencia. Que estén privados de libertad precisamente por estas causas es una vulneración del derecho internacional. Por eso pedimos el Premio Nobel de la Paz para Jordi Sànchez y Jordi Cuixart. Firma aquí para que le den este reconocimiento a su labor por expresar la voluntad de un pueblo. Durante estos meses, los Jordis han permanecido en una prisión del Estado español y sus únicas vías de contacto con el mundo exterior son el correo postal y alguna visita ocasional. “Nuestras instituciones han recibido un ataque sin precedentes, pero la respuesta también lo está siendo: más serenos que nunca, más cívicos y pacíficos que nunca, pero con todo el coraje y la determinación”, dijo Jordi Cuixart poco después de su ingreso en prisión. Firma si tú también crees que ambos merecen el Premio Nobel de la Paz, que se otorga a personas que han contribuido notablemente a la sociedad. [English version]

Rita Bocca
203,798 supporters
Petitioning United Nations Development Program, United Nations Environment Program, Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), United Nations

Restrict movement of trucks in built up areas within Nigeria to the hours of 11pm and 5am.

I’m so angry, angry at all those who had years of influence in political office and did nothing, angry at how the Nigerian capitalists do not care about anyone or anything but their pockets, I’m angry about how the government puts little or no value on human lives, I’m mega angry that we are a people who would do nothing but rant about this on Facebook for a few days and then forget about it till the next incident, it reeks of complete lack of value and regard for human lives to have lagosians living in the midst of combustibles, Apapa tanks farms are all accidents waiting to happen, then we have to deal with the harbinger of death in the form of these trucks and the lunatics who drive them. If you reside in Lagos , I’m sure you have a tale or two about these truck drivers who will blatantly tell you they don’t care about your life, so get out of their way. It would seem the solution to this Problem is quite simple; Railway , a single train will convey the equivalent of 50 or more trucks in cargo,this will save cost of transportation drastically and save us billions of tax Naira in road maintenance. This simple yet effective means of transportation will save us all the headaches of focusing so much on our rearview mirrors while driving, I am not stupid enough to think we won’t need tankers for delivery to the individual stations, but there surely can be a law restricting their movement in built up areas to certain times. These issues are NOT entirely political, they are Capitalist issues, the Business man who cuts corners to get a DPR license for a filling station smack in the middle of residential areas is as much to blame as a trucker who owns 500 trucks and would readily pay hoodlums to vandalize railway tracks, the importer who buys accidented used trucks to be refurbished and sold in Nigeria should also not sit back and blame the government. So what is the way forward? Can I get at least a thousand Nigerians to Help me sign a petition to the senate , i will also require a lawmaker to sponsor a bill limiting the time for truck movement in built up areas to the hours of 11pm-5am. 

Olorunfemi Gbenle
163,835 supporters
Petitioning Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations)

Get Canadian humanitarian out of North Korean prison!

On December 16, 2015, North Korea sentenced a Canadian pastor on a humanitarian mission to hard labor for life for "crimes against the state." Hyeon Soo Lim, a Korean-Canadian pastor from Toronto in his early sixties, was given the sentence after a swift 90-minute trial. He has been in detention since February 2015.  Pastor Lim traveled to North Korea on January 31, 2015 on a regular humanitarian mission.  Since 1997, Rev. Lim has been supporting where help is most needed, including an orphanage, public schools, and a nursing home in North Korea. He's made more than 100 trips to North Korea during the last 20 years, supplying food, textbooks, and agricultural tools to civilians. His trips were not political in nature. He was charged with "crimes" including harming the dignity of the supreme leadership, trying to use religion to destroy the North Korean system, and helping U.S./South Korean authorities abduct North Korean citizens, along with assisting North Korean refugees escape the authoritarian regime. Rev. Lim admitted to these charges, which were most likely forced (other foreigners detained in North Korea and then released have said they were coerced into making similar statements and confessing guilt).  North Korea has very strict rules against any missionary or religious activities, as they are threatening to the supremacy of totalitarian leadership. Merely leaving a Bible in a public place can lead to arrest and severe punishment. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed "tremendous" concern with the sentence and noted that Canadian consular officials have not been allowed access to Lim while he's been in custody. "We certainly hope to be able to engage with this individual and stand up for his rights," Trudeau said. Diana Khaddaj, a spokeswoman for Canada's Global Affairs Department, said Canada is "dismayed at the unduly harsh sentence [...] particularly given his age and fragile health." But the Canadian government needs to express more than mere hope and dismay. How will Prime Minister Trudeau and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon respond to a humanitarian imprisoned - and most likely abused and tortured - in the world's most atrocious regime?  What we are asking for is more than possible. Last year, North Korea released Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American missionary who was convicted of anti-state crimes and had been serving a 15-year sentence.He was freed along with another American detainee after a secret visit by James Clapper, a top U.S. intelligence official. The Canadian government and the United Nations need to take strong, affirmative action NOW. If there is political will, Pastor Lim can be rescued. Few of us have the courage and dedication to jeopardize our life and liberty for the sake of those in need. But all of us can help #freepastorlim #bringlimhome. Please sign and share! The petition is available in these languages on separate pages as well:French/français Korean/한국어 Chinese/中文 Japanese/日本语 This petition was created by Ji-Soo An (U of Alberta Law School) and Hyun-Soo Lim (Yale Law School). We started the petition after reading this disheartening story on the news. For inquiries or comments, please contact us at

Free Pastor Lim
184,139 supporters
Petitioning Parliament Of India

The Kashmir Referendum For Freedom.

In 1947, at the time of India and Pakistan’s independence from Great Britain, Kashmir was free to accede to either country. The province was mostly Muslim but ruled by a Hindu king. Though he wanted to stay independent, he was convinced to join India. Since then, India and Pakistan have fought two wars (1947-48 and 1965) over the disputed territory. Both countries have been involved in major border skirmishes, including the most recent after a terrorist attack in New Delhi. Kashmir is divided by a Line of Control (LOC) established by the Simla Agreement in 1972 when both sides agreed to respect its course until a final negotiated solution could be found. Under the Simla Pact ceasefire, the line was changed into line of control. It does not say Kashmir dispute is solved or self-determination kept on hold. A further clause of Simla agreement says - That the principles and purposes of the Charter of the United Nations shall govern the relations between India and Pakistan . This keeps UN resolutions on Kashmir live. India administers 2/3 of Kashmir as part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan controls the remaining 1/3, though China also has a small claim in the area. Pakistan’s position is that Kashmir should be part of Pakistan and, at the very least, there should be a plebiscite to decide the issue. India argues that the issue was decided in 1947. Alternatively, the 1972 Simla Agreement has decided the issue and the LOC should become an international border. In 1948, the United Nations Security Council decided that the issue of Kashmir’s future should be determined by a plebiscite. That resolution states that Pakistani forces must withdraw from the province and, upon the withdrawal, Kashmiris could decide whether to accede to India or Pakistan. UN Security Council resolutions are international law and, as this resolution has not been withdrawn, Kashmir’s future should be decided by its terms. Kashmir's right of self-determination and is intact ,genuine and legal in the eyes of international law. There is striking resemblance between UN Resolutions of 13 August 1948 and in Text of Mountbatten's conditional acceptance of doubtful instrument of Accession of Hari Singh. Resolution of 13th August 1948 said that the "future status of the state shall be determined in accordance with the will of the people. The letter of Mountbatten dated 26 October says - special circumstances mentioned by your Highness my Government have decided to accept the accession of Kashmir State to the Dominion of India. Consistently with their policy that in the case of any State where the issue of accession has been the subject of dispute, the question if accession should be decided in accordance with the wishes of the people of the State. The autonomy provisions in India’s Constitution are a sham. India has refused to discuss any real autonomy, always citing renewed violence as its excuse for direct rule from Delhi. In June 2000, the state assembly adopted a call for pre-1953 status. Though Indian Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee suggested such status was possible, he was opposed by members of his own party, the BJP. In addition to being Hindu fundamentalists (and thus critical of autonomy for India’s only Muslim-majority state), the BJP fears that autonomy in Kashmir will bring calls for a similar devolution in Punjab, Nagaland and Orissa. The more likely outcome is that Kashmir will become independent, if this option is available. In a recent poll, almost 75% of Kashmiris, including Hindus, Muslims and Buddhists, favoured independence. There is no reason why Kashmir, like India before it, could not opt for secularism, thus protecting all three religions equally. It is for all these reasons, the Kashmir people deserve a referendum. The people of Kashmir have made it obvious that they want freedom. There have been daily protests resulting in the loss of many lives. In order to stop the bloodshed, a robust political solution is required. They should have the right to vote on their own independence and freedom.  The petition to the United Nations to investigate the Human Rights Violations in Kashmir has gained more than 8000+signatures. These people have supported a right to self determination.  This petition will be delivered through to the Indian Parliament via the public application procedure here.   #KASHEXIT #FREEKASHMIR #KASHMIR  Fatalities So FarJan. 1989 to March 31, 2016Total Killings 94,332Custodial Killings 7,043Civilians Arrested 133,387Structures Arsoned/Destroyed 106,063Women Widowed 22,810Children Orphaned 107,556Women gang-raped / Molested 10,176Enforced Disappearances 10,000 +  Contact Details on Facebook is here

Rita Pal
134,976 supporters
Petitioning Donald J. Trump, Donald J. Trump, United Nations, Council of the European Union, Justin Trudeau, Donald Trump, Human Rights Campaign, United Nations Security Council, UNICEF, Department of Justice,...

China: Release the 1 Million Uyghurs Detained in Nazi-Style Concentration Camps

China: Release The 1 Million Uyghur Detainees Held Illegally In Nazi-Style Concentration Camps   By  Torchlight Uyghur Group  ( This Petition Is Also Available In The Following Languages: Turkish (Turkçe), German (Deutsch), Japanese (日本語),  Chinese (中文), Traditional Chinese (繁体字), French (Français), Arabic (عربى), Uyghur (ئۇيغۇرچە), Slawyan (Kiril), Russian(Pусский) January 20th, 2018        Many media organizations around the world have recently reported that a large portion of the Uyghur population is being detained either in jails or in so-called “re-education camps” ( while their children are being kept in countless orphanages in the East Turkestan.   Recently, we have learned from official sources inside East Turkestan that the number of the Uyghurs currently being held in these Nazi-style political “re-education” concentration camps is more than 800,000.  That is a number known officially inside East Turkestan, but all the unofficial numbers we obtained from various sources exceed one million. According to the 2010 Chinese census, the Uyghur population in East Turkestan was 10,000,370 ( This means that about 10% of the current Uyghur population is locked up.  The conditions of the concentration camps are horrific because of the fact that such a large number of Uyghurs are locked up in relatively small and crowded spaces. We were told by several people who fled China recently that people even cannot lie down during the night with their backs on the floor; instead, they have to sleep sideways with all the adjacent bodies touching one another. We have also learned from some Uyghurs who recently lost their close relatives in the concentration camps that a significant number of Uyghurs are losing their lives in those camps every day. The families of the victims are just receiving their dead bodies from those overcrowded concentration camps. The local authorities are not giving back the bodies of the younger Uyghurs died, instead, just burying them in the nearby empty fields. These are just a few of the many examples of the horrible conditions in these concentration camps.   How did those more than one million people end up in jails, concentration camps and orphanages?  It is extremely difficult to obtain such information in China, but we have managed to get information on some individual cases from the relatives of those victims’ living outside China (The report titled “Political persecution of the Uyghurs – Brief description of some individual cases” at The Uyghurs are one of the ancient peoples living in the heart of Asia. They have a long and proud history, and a rich culture. Throughout the history, the Uyghurs have been a great contributor to the world peace and prosperity.  Due  to their geographical location along the famous Silk Road, they have been a major force in the cultural exchange between the East and the West. We strongly believe that the Uyghurs are an indispensable part of the wider international community and will continue such contribution to the world’s ethnic and cultural diversities in the future. Similarly, the Uyghurs will contribute to the world's peace and prosperity, just as they have done in the past. Therefore, the Uyghurs have every right to live in peace with dignity, and to continuously prosper, as any other nations on the surface of our mother Earth. However, in the recent decades, the Chinese government has banned the Uyghur language from its use at all levels of education in East Turkestan, outlawed Uyghur literature (by banning and burning historical and literature books written in the Uyghur language), restricted, criminalized and attempted to eliminate Uyghurs’ religious belief and practice, and has systematically flooded East Turkestan with Han Chinese migrants in the name of “developing the West”, and thereby marginalized the Uyghurs in their own homeland.  And now the Chinese government is openly killing the Uyghur people, too, in those Nazi-style Chinese concentration camps by implementing a state-sponsored ethnic cleansing policy.  If we don’t get help immediately from the United Nations and from the international community to stop the Chinese government from what they are doing towards the Uyghurs in East Turkestan, the Uyghurs will keep dying and disappearing in large numbers in those Chinese concentration camps ( and will soon face an unprecedented threat to their very existence. Therefore, we appeal to all the international communities and human rights organizations not to ignore the Chinese government’s crimes against humanity – the crimes currently being committed against the innocent Uyghur people.  We appeal to the United Nations and other international human rights organizations to demand the Chinese government to release those  1 million Uyghurs, and send investigation teams to East Turkestan and find out: ●      Where are those jails, concentration camps and orphanages? ●      Why and where those one million Uyghurs are being detained? ●      What are they eating and where and how are they sleeping? ●      What are they doing during the day? ●      What are their current health conditions? ●      What are the current death rates among the detainees? ●      What is happening to the children/siblings/parents of the people held in jails and concentration camps?  We, the Uyghurs, are powerless and helpless at the moment.  As such, we cannot defend ourselves against the Chinese government’s atrocities and cannot fight this battle for our survival alone.  We need the support of the global community.  If tens of thousands of people from around the world sign our petition, it may be possible that the United Nations will make a commitment and will act to stop the tragedy that the Uyghur people are facing today.  Please join us in our fight to end the appalling atrocities happening in East Turkestan. Please sign and share this petition. Thank you!  About the Uyghur People and East Turkestan:  East Turkestan is the homeland of the Uyghur people. It has been under the communist China' s occupation since 1949. East Turkestan is located in the Central Asia, and borders China and Mongolia to the east, Russia to the north, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India to the west, and Tibet to the south. The landmass of East Turkestan is bigger than whole Western Europe. Its colonial name is “Xinjiang”, which means "the new territory" or "the new frontier" in Chinese. China officially designated the East Turkestan a Uyghur autonomous region in 1955, but in reality it has never become a genuine autonomous region. The Chinese government reported the number of the Uyghur population in East Turkestan as 10,000,370 (refer to the 2010 Chinese census), but some Uyghur sources estimate the real population of Uyghurs to be around 20 million.  

Torchlight Uyghur Group
107,353 supporters
Petitioning António Guterres, Joseph R. Biden, United Nations, Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), President of the United States

UNHRC to take action for the violations of human rights in Myanmar

(Burmese Version below) Since the military coup happened in Myanmar, civilians in the country have lost their human rights. The military junta has violated a lot of human rights. The first violation is the right to freedom of thought, opinion, and expression. The second violation is the right to life. The military killed a lot of people just because they protested. Thirdly, the military breached the right to freedom from torture by torturing imprisoned political activists. The military also broke the right to privacy by checking our phones whenever we go out. The worst thing is that the military burned innocent civilians alive, burned down their houses, villages and towns, used air strikes and bombed people and civilians' properties, and even detained and killed underage children. 11,564 civilians have been arrested and 2,313 people have been killed just because they protested against the military (Grim data collected by the Media Monitoring Collective, MMC from February 2021 to January 2022). The number is still increasing and will keep increasing if the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) does not take action on these violations. Therefore, we support the 116 Myanmar CSOs in their open letter [] to UNHRC dated March 7, 2022 and call on the UNHRC to: 1. Explore all possible routes to seek accountability for Myanmar through the establishment of a jurisdiction for atrocity crimes mandated by the UN. 2. Recommend the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution referring the situation in Myanmar to the ICC. 3. Call on the ICC to accept the declaration lodged by the Myanmar government, the NUG, under Article 12(3) of the Rome Statute accepting the court's jurisdiction with reject to international crimes committed in Myanmar territory since 1 July 2002. 4. Support Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun, appointed by NUG whose credential has been retained by the UNGA, to represent Myanmar of the HRC. It's been a year that Burmese citizens have lost their human rights. For the UNHRC to take action, we must be united and create a social movement for the loss of human rights in Myanmar. This petition is a good start for a social movement. I believe we are stronger when we are united. If you want to get involved in this social movement, please sign this petition. Thank you!   Burmese version:  မြန်မာနိုင်ငံမှာ အာဏာသိမ်းခံရပြီးကတည်းက မြန်မာနိုင်သားတွေအ‌နေနဲ့ လူ့အခွင့်အရေးတွေကို ဆုံးရှုံးခဲ့ရပါတယ်။ စစ်အာဏာရှင်က လူ့အခွင့်အရေးချိုး‌ဖောက်မှုပေါင်းများစွာကိုလည်း ပြုလုပ်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။  ပထမဦးဆုံးချိုးဖောက်ခဲ့တာကတော့ လွတ်လပ်စွာထုတ်ဖော်ပြောဆိုခွင့်ဖြစ်ပြီး ဒုတိယအနေ‌နဲ့ ပြည်သူလူထုရဲ့ အသက်ရှင်နေထိုင်နိုင်ခွင့်အပေါ် ချိုးဖောက်မှုတွေပြုလုပ်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။ စစ်တပ်ကသူတို့ကို ဆန့်ကျင်ဆန္ဒပြရုံနဲ့ လူပေါင်းများစွာကိုလည်း သတ်ဖြတ်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။ ဒါ့အပြင် ညှဉ်းပန်းနှိပ်စက်ခြင်းများမှ လွတ်မြောက်ပိုင်ခွင့်ကိုလည်း အဖမ်းဆီးခံထားရတဲ့ နိုင်ငံရေးအကျဉ်းသားများကို နှိပ်စက်ကာချိုးဖောက်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။ စစ်တပ်က ပြည်သူလူထုရဲ့ ကိုယ်ရေးကိုယ်တာလုပ်ပိုင်ခွင့်နဲ့လွတ်လပ်ခွင့်တွေကိုလည်း ချိုးဖောက်နေတာဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ အဆိုးဆုံးကတော့ စစ်ကောင်စီဟာ အပြစ်မဲ့ပြည်သူလူထုတွေကို အရှင်လတ်လတ်မီးရှိူ့ သတ်ဖြတ်တာတွေ၊ ပြည်သူလူထုတွေရဲ့ အိမ်တွေရွာတွေနဲ့ မြို့တွေကို မီးရှိူ့ဖျက်ဆီးတာတွေ၊ လေကြောင်းကိုအသုံးပြုပြီး ပြည်သူလူထုရဲ့ အသက်အိုးအိမ်စည်းစိမ်များကို ဖျက်ဆီးတာတွေနဲ့ အသက်မပြည့်သေးတဲ့ ကလေးငယ်တွေကိုဖမ်းဆီးသတ်ဖြတ်ခဲ့တာတွေ အထိပါလုပ်လာခဲ့ပါတယ်။  ၂၀၂၁ ဖေဖော်ဝါရီမှ ၂၀၂၂ ဇန်နဝါရီလအထိ MMC မှကောက်ထားသော Data အရ စစ်တပ်က လက်ရှိအချိန်ထိ ပြည်သူ ၁၁,၅၆၄ ယောက်ကို ဖမ်းဆီးထားပါတယ်၊ ၂,၃၁၃ ယောက်ကို သတ်ဖြတ်ကျူးလွန်မှု‌တွေပြုလုပ် ထားပါတယ်။   ဒီနံပါတ်တွေက လက်ရှိလည်းဆက်တိုးနေပြီး ကုလသမဂ္ဂလူ့အခွင့်အရေးကောင်စီ (UNHRC) က ဒီပြဿနာအတွက် ဘာမှမလုပ်ဘူးဆိုရင် ပိုတိုးရုံပဲရှိပါတယ်။ ထို့ကြောင့် လူ့အခွင့်အရေးကောင်စီသို့ မတ်လ ၇ ရက် ၂၀၂၂ ရက်စွဲဖြင့်ပေးပို့သောာ အိတ်ဖွင့်ပေးစာ [] တွင် မြန်မာပြည်တွင်းရှိ အရပ်ဘက်အဖွဲ့အစည်း ၁၁၆ ဖွဲ့မှာပူးပေါင်းပါဝင်ထားပြီး လူ့အခွင့်အရေးကောင်စီအား အောက်ပါ အချက်များကို အမြန်ဆုံးအကောင်အထည်ဖော်ဆောင်ရွက်ပေးရန်တို့ကို တောင်းဆိုပါတယ်။  ၁။ ယုတ်မာရက်စက်သောရာဇဝတ်မှုများအတွက် ကုလသမဂ္ဂမှ အခွင့်အာဏာအပ်နှင်းထားသော တရားစီရင်ရေးကို တည်ထောင်ခြင်းဖြင့် မြန်မာနိုင်ငံအတွက် တရားမျှတမှု ရရှိရေး ဘက်ပေါင်းစုံက ဆောင်ရွက်ရန် ၂။ မြန်မာ့အရေး အခြေအနေများကို ICC သို့ ပို့နိုင်ရန်အတွက် ကုလသမဂ္ဂလုံခြုံရေးကောင်စီမှ ဆုံးဖြတ်ချက်တစ်ခု ချမှတ်ရေး အကြံပြုတိုက်တွန်းရန်  ၃။ ၂၀၀၂ ခုနှစ် ဇူလိုင်လ ၁ ရက်နေ့မှစ၍ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံပိုင်နက်အတွင်း ကျူးလွန်ခဲ့သော နိုင်ငံတကာ ရာဇ၀တ်မှုများနှင့်စပ်လျဉ်း၍ ICC တရားရုံး၏ စီရင်ပိုင်ခွင့်အာဏာကို လက်ခံခြင်းအားဖြင့် ရောမသဘောတူစာချုပ် အပိုဒ် ၁၂(၃) အရ မြန်မာအစိုးရ NUG မှ တင်သွင်းသော ကြေညာချက်ကို လက်ခံရေး ICC အား တောင်းဆိုရန်  ၄။ ကုလသမဂ္ဂအထွေထွေညီလာခံမှ ဆက်လက်အတည်ပြုထားသော NUG အစိုးရ၏ သံအမတ်ကြီး ဦးကျော်မိုးထွန်းကို လူ့အခွင့်အရေးကောင်စီတွင် မြန်မာနိုင်ငံကို ကိုယ်စားပြုနိုင်ရေး  ပံ့ပိုးပေးရန် UNHRCအနေနဲ့ ထိရောက်တဲ့ဆောင်ရွက်မှုတွေလုပ်ဆောင်လာစေဖို့ ကျွန်တော်တို့အနေနဲ့စည်းလုံးညီညွတ်စွာနဲ့ ဆုံးရှုံသွားတဲ့ လူ့အခွင့်အရေးတွေအတွက် လူထုလှုပ်ရှားမှုတစ်ရပ်ကို petition လက်မှတ်ထိုးပြီးတောင်းဆိုမှုတွေပြုလုက်ရပါမယ်။ ယခု petition ကတော့ လူထုလုပ်ရှားမှုကို စတင်ဖို့အတွက်အကောင်းဆုံး ပထမခြေလှမ်းပါပဲ။ ဒီလူထုလှုပ်ရှားမှုမှာ ပါ၀င်ဖို့အတွက် ကျေးဇူးပြုပြီးယခု petition မှာလက်မှတ်ထိုးပေးကြပါ။ ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါတယ်ခင်ဗျာ။

Fred J. Green
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