Speak Out Against Brutal Murders by Government Forces

Target: U.N. Security Council President Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi

Goal: Speak out against brutal violence by authoritarian government forces.

Basic human rights are being attacked every single day in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as innocent men and women are being murdered by brutal government forces. The democratic rights of free speech and fair elections are being attacked, and anyone who speaks out is met by violence.

Dozens of protesters were killed or seriously injured by government forces who fired rounds of ammunition at them during a demonstration. President Joseph Kabila is refusing to hold elections. Every basic democratic principle is being disregarded as the nation is thrown into chaos.

It is time for international bodies to speak out. Sign the petition to demand that the United Nations Security Council take action and condemn the violence occurring in the Congo.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear President Al-Otaibi,

Dozens of demonstrators have been killed or injured by government forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Basic human rights are under attack as the nation’s president refuses to hold a fair election. Meanwhile, freedom of speech is met with deadly force.

It is time for the United Nations Security Council to speak out against this violence. I ask that you and your fellow members condemn the brutal attacks in the Congo and demand President Joseph Kabila respect the nation’s constitution and its guarantee of fair and equal elections.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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One Comment

  1. Gen Agustsson says:

    right now un!

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