Investigate Reported Human Rights Abuses in Catalonia

Target: Mariano Rajoy, Prime Minister of Spain

Goal: Allow the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate the reported violent human rights abuses by the Spanish government in Catalonia.

Nearly 850 citizens of Spain’s Catalonia region have reportedly been injured by Spain’s police forces for simply attempting to vote for their own independence. Now, the United Nations Human Rights Council wants to launch an investigation into the violence.

The citizens of Catalonia had every right to vote for independence. They should not have been met with such horrific violence at the hands of police. Their right to independence should not have been infringed upon. Their voices should not have been silenced.

Sign the petition and demand that the government of Spain allow the United Nations Human Rights Council to launch an investigation into the reported violence. The democratic freedoms of the citizens of Catalonia must be defended and protected.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Prime Minister Rajoy,

Nearly 850 citizens of Spain’s Catalonia region were reportedly injured by Spanish police simply for attempting to vote for their own independence. They were allegedly denied their democratic rights and silenced.

Now, the United Nations Human Rights Council would like to launch an investigation into the reported horrific violence against innocent civilians. I ask that you allow them to launch this investigation and ensure that the democratic rights and freedoms of the citizens of Catalonia are protected and defended.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Liz Castro

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One Comment

  1. Gen Lovyet Agustsson says:

    please help stop violence.

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