Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Stop Germany's collaboration with African dictatorships

There are many African refugees in Germany trying to protect their lives from the persecution of the dictatorships in their countries. But Germany's racist asylum laws hardly grants asylum to any of them. Currently several hundered refugees from Togo are facing deportation. Bringing them into the hands of their persecutors is a direct form of collaboration with the regime of Faure Gnassingbe, son of the notorious dictator Eyadema.

Visit the site of the International Campaign against the Dictatorship in Togo and other African Countries

and sign the petition to the German parliament to stop deportations to Togo.

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