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INITIAL RESPONSE FROM 10 DOWNING STREET TO 2015 PETITION

STOPTHEMAANGAMIZI WECHARGEGENOCIDEECOCIDE
United Kingdom

Aug 18, 2015 — Greetings Petition Signatories, Concerned Members of the Afrikan Heritage Community & All People of Good Conscience in Support of and Solidarity with the Cause of Holistic Reparations (Reparatory Justice)

Further to the letter to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, MP dated 1st August 2015, enclosing a copy of the ‘Stop the Maangamizi: We Charge Genocide/Ecocide’ petition, please see a scanned copy of the initial response from the Direct Communications Unit at 10 Downing Street, dated 14th August 2015 and received yesterday, 17th August 2015).

Please also note that the text concealed on the letter of acknowledgement is my home address. When one submits an application to hand in a petition via the Downing Street Liaison Office, one is required to also include a return address for receipt of acknowledgement, as per the requirements of Form 2103.

In Dedicated Service

Esther Stanford-Xosei, Co-Signatory
Writing on behalf of my fellow Co-Signatories of the letter to the PM: Hon. Kweme Abubaka, Mrs Lindiwe Tsele, Ms Jendayi Serwah, Miss Natoya Smith, Mstr Jabari Sekou Bannerman-Henry and the 1st August Emancipation Day Afrikan People’s Reparations March Organising Committee


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