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The Green Parties of Korea, Taiwan and Japan support the Hong Kong protests.

18 June, 2019
On the 9th of June, more than a million people came out to the streets in Hong Kong to oppose the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the extradition law. Many have expressed concerns that these amendments will be a direct threat to Hong Kong’s democracy and rule of law. The umbrellas in the crowd remind us of scenes from the Umbrella Movement 5 years ago. The protests have become bigger in scale. It is recorded as the largest demonstration ever held in Hong Kong since the handover in 1997. On the 12th of June, peaceful protesters fighting for freedom were met with a violent charge of batons by the government. 79 citizens were injured, 2 of whom are in serious condition. The Hong Kong government has already labelled the protest as a ‘riot’. China is accusing foreign powers of orchestrating the protests. Read more

European Green Party call on Europe to support Hong Kong's Democracy!!

18 June, 2019
Hong Kong’s democratic resistance has inflicted a massive defeat on Beijing’s strategy. Within just a week, first one million took to the streets, then nearly two million people to defend their freedom. This commitment in a city where seven million people live is unprecedented. This is not an isolated incident, but a epoch-defining moment. Read more

Appel de la Fédération des Verts d’Afrique à la solidarité avec le Mozambique, le Zimbabwe et le Malawi après le Cyclone Idai

5 April, 2019

Le 14 mars, le cyclone Idai a frappé très durement le Mozambique, suivi du Zimbabwe et du Malawi, qui ont fait plus de 5 000 morts et 1 200 disparus. 

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Call of African Greens Federation for solidarity with Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi after Cyclone Idai

2 April, 2019
On March 14, Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique very hard, followed by Zimbabwe and Malawi, which left more than 5,000 dead and 1,200 missing. With heavy losses of lives and immense material damage, cyclone Idai left hundreds of thousands of homeless people, who are prone to hunger and diseases. Read more

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