Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Six Nobel laureates launch campaign for Malvinas (Falklands)

They request to Great Britain to accept the UN resolutions and the resumption of negotiations. The details of the initiative.

Six Nobel Peace prize launched an international campaign to ask Britain to attend the United Nations resolutions and thus can resume negotiations over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands, amid tension with Argentina over this issue and in line with the position taken by the national government to resolve the conflict.

Adolfo Perez Esquivel and Rigoberta Menchú part of the group that drives the campaign, addressed to Prime Minister David Cameron. Also included Mairead Corrigan Maguire (Northern Ireland), Desmond Tutu (South Africa), Jody Williams (USA) and Shirin Ebadi (Iran).

The campaign is supported by international, regional, multilateral and international forums such as the Organization of American States (OAS), Mercosur, South American Nations Union (UNASUR and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean (ECLAC).

The initiative was launched by a press conference in which he emphasized the "just and peaceful solution through diplomacy" that aims to reach Argentina, as repeatedly said President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.

The order led by the six Nobel prizes are met requires that "the repeated resolutions of the UN General Assembly and its Special Committee to convene to resume negotiations to find a peaceful solution to the sovereignty dispute over the Falkland Islands , South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. "

Proponents of campaign undertook to clarify that "there is an initiative against the British Government" but is "dialogue" and aims to "break down the walls of intolerance."

The Nobel prizes were convinced that "if Britain has legitimate arguments, should dialogue with Argentina."

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