Egyptian Canadian Coalition for Democracy invites you to Join the protest support democracy and denounce violence, massacres committed by the military coup and the illegitimate government in Egypt, Demand the freedom of Canadian citizens arrested in Egypt, Tarek Loubani and John Greyson.
Saturday, September 7, 2013 3:00 p.m. in front of the Canadian Parliament, Ottawa.
Demonstration will proceed to the Egyptian embassy to deliver an open letter to the ambassador.
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La Coalition égyptienne canadienne pour la démocratie* vous invite à une manifestation pour réclamer le processus démocratique, pour renoncer à la violence, pour dénoncer les massacres ordonnés par le Général El-Sissi, responsable du coup d’état et appuyés par son gouvernement illégitime.
Cette manifestation demande aussi la libération des deux Canadiens, le professeur John Greyson et le Dr. Tarek Loubani détenus au Caire.
Date : Le samedi 7 septembre 2013 à 15h
Lieu : Devant le Parlement, Ottawa
La démonstration procédera à l'ambassade égyptienne afin de remettre une lettre ouverte de protestation à l'ambassadeur.
Buses will leave from Montreal from these locations at 10 am, Ticket 10 $
l' autobus va partir de ces places à 10h00 (10 $)
3. Boul. Langelier & rue Bombardier
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