Puerto Rico’s inalienable right to self-determination and independence reiterated in the UN
This Monday saw a session of the UN Special Committee on Decolonization, and the approval of a draft resolution that would call upon the U.S. to facilitate the island’s self‑determination
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june 19, 2018 09:06:10
New York hosted the UN Special Committee on Decolonization session. Photo: Prensa Latina
The UN Special Committee on Decolonization reiterated Monday, June 18, Puerto Rico’s inalienable right to self-determination and independence, in accordance with General Assembly Resolution 1514, on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples.
In a draft resolution adopted by consensus, the Special Committee once again urged the United States to assume the responsibility of promoting a process that allows Puerto Rico to take sovereign decisions to address its urgent economic and social needs.
Promoted by Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Ecuador, Russia and Syria, the text was added to the 36 resolutions and decisions on Puerto Rico adopted by the Committee since 1972.
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Vigil and Community Speak out for Puerto Rican Political Prisoners Oscar Lopez Rivera and NORBERTO GONZALEZ CLAUDIO!
Wednesday May 29th is the 32nd anniversary of the arrest of Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Oscar Lopez Rivera!
Community Vigil at the Puerto Rican Political Prisoner mural on E. 107th St. between Lexington Ave. and 3rd Ave.Take the 6 train to E. 103rd St. and walk up 4 blocks uptown on Lexington Ave.
Despite 32 years of psychological and physical torture, Oscar’s and Norberto’s revolutionary spirit has never been broken! Both men continues to be a powerful voice calling for Puerto Rican Independence!
Join The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign as we honor Oscar’s life, work and sacrifice! Join us for a community vigil at the Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Mural in El Barrio!
Bring flags, candles, instruments, flowers or art so we can place them at the foot of the mural!
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