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Rapport de deuxième Congrès des Verts Africains

                                                      FEDERATION DES VERTS AFRICAINS


28th -29th March, 2012, Dakar, Senegal

Le deuxième congrès des Verts africains avait lieu du 28 au 29 mars à Dakar, au Sénégal au Centre BCEAO.

Hébergé par la Fédération Démocratique des Ecologistes du Sénégal (FEDES), ce congrès avait lieu quelques jours avant le 3ème Congrès des Verts mondiaux.


Résolution Portant Suspension de Docteur Idris Muslim des activités de la FeVA

Résolution  Portant  Suspension de Docteur Idris Muslim des activités de  la FeVA et  de celles des représentants des ONG Environnementales des instances de la FeVA et des  Fédérations régionales


Les membres du Conseil d’Administration de la Fédération des Partis Verts d’Afrique, réunis le 16 avril par conférence téléphonique « Skype » 


-         Considérant que les derniers messages de Dr Idris sur le réseau sont porteurs de germes de division de  la FEVA ;



Resolution suspending Doctor Idris Muslim from the activities of the AGF

Resolution suspending Doctor Idris Muslim from the activities of the AGF and also Green NGOs within the AGF and regional federations


The members of the executive committee of the African Greens Parties Federation, meeting on 16th April by « Skype » telephone conference


-         Considering that the recent messages from Dr.Idris on the network carry the seeds of division of the AGF ;



African Greens Resolutions

During the 2nd African Greens Congress on 29th March 2012 in Dakar, Senegal, members adopted several resolutions and thereafter, requested the 3rd Global Greens Congress to consider the following:

           Resolution from Mali:

-          Condemning the military coup-d’état that took place on 22 March 2012.

-          Call for the protection and restoration of the national constitution of 25th February 1992

-          Call for immediate and unconditional release of all political and military prisoners


Frank Habineza Invites you to the 3rd Global Greens Congress in Dakar

The President of African Greens Federation, Frank Habineza, warmly welcomes you all to the 3rd Global Greens Congress in Senegal. This will be the first one to be held in Africa. Other details can be found from:, and


Events in Senegal

6 March
The run-off election has been set for Sunday 25 March, with results due on 28 March. We are evaluating the implications for the Congress which begins on 29 March and will provide another update before the end of the week.

2 March
President Abdoulaye Wade and second-placed opposition candidate Macky Sall will contest a run-off Presidential election in mid-March. The first round of the election was completed peacefully on Friday with Wade gaining 35% and Sall 27% of the vote.


African Greens Support the Democratic Demands of Syrian People

The violent crackdown by the Syrian regime on un-armed protestors is claiming innocent lives. The excessive military intervention is aimed at aborting people’s demands for change and political, economical, social reformation in their effort to enable and lead the Syrian people to great hopes and ambitions. The African Greens Federation strongly condemns these barbaric acts and confirms its support to the Syrian people demanding democratic governance.

We would also like to stress the following:  


African Greens Mourn the Death of Prof.Wangari Maathai

The African Greens Federation, is deeply saddened by the death of Prof.Wangari Maathai, who passed away on 25th September, 2011, at Nairobi Hospital in Kenya.

She contributed a lot to the formation of the African Greens Federation and was a great source of encouragement to young greens.

We shall always remember her tireless efforts to the betterment of mother earth.

We wish to convey our sincere condolences to her family, members and staff of the Green Belt Movement, Mazingira Green Party of Kenya and the entire African Greens family.


Academie Verts d'Afrique - Communique

Réunis en Academie Verte à Ouagadougou les 25 et 26 les partis Verts , membres de la Fédération des Verts d' Afrique FEVA ont , Durant les travaux, écouté des rapports des partis du Maroc, du Benin, du Senegal de la Republique Démocratique du Congo, du Mali, du Nigeria, de l'Angola du Niger, du Burkina Faso, du Ghana et du Rwanda

Ayant en outre discuté du Programme de la fédération pour l' exercice 2012-2015, ils ont convenu d'alimenter ce dernier a partir des conclusions retenues des débats politiques qui se sont déroulés le 26 Juin

Neuf ont été traités parmi lesquels;


African Greens' Acadamy - Communique

Met during the African Greens Academy in Ouagadougou the 25th and 26th June 2011, members of the African Greens, during their work, received Country Reports from: Morocco, Benin, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Nigeria, Angola, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ghana and Rwanda. Togo and Ivory Coast were excused.

Members also discussed the African Greens program from 2012- 2015. It was decided to feed this through the conclusions of the political debate that would happen the 26th June.

During the political debates, nine themes were analysed, these are: