IAHRAC Demands that the Commonwealth be made more accessible to all

IAHRAC Demands that the Commonwealth be made more accessible to all

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Flora Ezenwoye started this petition to House of Commons and

The Commonwealth is an Economic and political Association of 54 member states, previously territories of the British Empire. The head is still the Queen of England and Prince Charles, her son is the  designated successor. The association was meant to strengthen members governments, promote Justice and human rights, grow economies boost trade empower young people climate change stop inequality and elimination of wealth disparity. 


We can now ask ourselves if the Commonwealth has fulfilled it's promise? 
It is clearly not fit for purpose and efforts need to be made to make the Commonwealth fairer and work for all members equally. Some 14 Caribbean countries are currently suing the commonwealth to repatriate four centuries worth of slavery. UK is using the same commonwealth framework to block such redress. 
Africa loses 30 billion dollars each year than it receives in aid because the UK uses commonwealth policies to protect it's interests and representatives in Africa. British companies control more than 1 trillion dollars worth of resources in Africa oil and gas, gold diamonds,minning resources.

 
Nearly 50% of people living in sub-saharan Africa live on less than $2 a day. 60% of the world's poorest live in Africa. Poverty is is daily hunger, lack of access to clean water, healthcare education training, insecurity exploitation and abuse. 


The Commonwealth continues to perpetrate the Imperial foundation the British practiced during colonialism, they should not be allowed to continue. 

Please join the movement by International Advocacy for Human Rights and Anti Corruption 'IAHRAC 'to bring an equalitarian and fairer organisation to all member states. We would like to see the parliamentarians  having discussions on how reparations of decades of exploitation can be repatriated to member states to rebuild their socio economic infrastructure. 

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