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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

-          Call for respect of all civil liberties and the organisation of free and transparent elections.

             Resolution from Mauritius:

-         Call for the restitution of the Chagos Archipelago to Mauritius and the right of return of the Chagossians to their homeland.

-         Call for the support to :

            (a) African and African Diaspora movements for reparations.

             (b) Verts-Fraternels party in their claim for compensation from France, Great Britain and Holland.

-         Call for the support to ban the exportation from Mauritius and the utilisation of the "macaques a longue queue" for experiments in European and US laboratories.

           Resolution from Morocco:

-          Call against political discrimination of women in the Arab world.

           Resolution from Tunisia:

-          Calls upon Global Greens to intervene effectively to bring about legalisation of Green Parties that have not been registered in their home countries.

         Resolution from DRC:

-          Call upon compensation for forestry destruction and other natural resources in the Congo Basin.

         Resolution from Niger:

-          Calls upon the implementation of transitional justice in order to achieve national reconciliation and get ensure democratic governance.

        Resolution from Ivory Coast:

-          Calls for a legally binding agreement against dumping of toxic wastes, especially mercury.

        Resolution from Uganda:

-          Encourage partnership and support between other parties and like-minded platforms

-          Support Green Parties to grow democratically

-          Call upon the Government of Uganda to allow people to express their liberties, such as the right to peaceful demonstration.

       Resolution from Kenya:

-          Condemn the use of Kenyan national resources in military spending in Somalia

-          Provide preferential support to the people of Somalia

-          Propose peaceful channels to end the Somalia conflict.

  Resolution from Madagascar:

-          Calls for the national elections to be held as soon as possible and end the transitional Government

-          Support the candidature of the Green Party Leader.

       Resolution from Senegal:

-          Calls for cooperation between fishing and Green organisations.