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French parliamentarians nominate Julian Assange for Nobel Peace Prize

A Nobel Peace Prize for Julian Assange!   https://melenchon.fr/2021/01/28/un-prix-nobel-de-la-paix-pour-julien-assange/ Thursday 28 January 2021,  I decided to nominate journalist Julian Assange for the Nobel Peace Prize, as I have the power to do as a parliamentarian. Julian Assange is a hero of freedom. The WikiLeaks initiative has raised awareness of war crimes and serious human rights abuses. It is right that the peoples of the world express their gratitude to him.

On January 4, 2021, British justice refused his extradition to the United States, but maintained his imprisonment. More than ever, Julian Assange needs the protection of the peoples of the world. Granting him the Nobel Peace Prize would allow that.
  • Several other rebellious parliamentarians will share this process with me. I thus continue my fight for Assange’s freedom. After going to see him in London in 2012, after having held a videoconference meeting with him in 2013, I asked for political asylum in France in 2019 then 2020. At the time, the Minister of Justice Dupont- Moretti made the same request. Julian Assange served France, including revealing the spying on three Presidents by the United States.
  • I call on all French parliamentarians to in turn commit to having the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Julian Assange.

February 1, 2021 - Posted by | civil liberties, France, politics international, weapons and war

3 Comments »

  1. So glad to see this! I certainly support.

    Comment by njsally | February 1, 2021 | Reply

  2. I support Assange 1000%. A great humanitarian. Someone is thinking of giving the Nobel Peace Prize to a baboon in
    Atlanta. Have we hit rock bottom yet!

    Comment by The Willpower | February 1, 2021 | Reply

    • That comment is totally offensive and the only Atlantan whom I know had been nominated is a very worthy contender. A tough decision for the Nobel folks!

      Comment by njsally | February 2, 2021 | Reply


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