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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Welcomes President Of Venezuela
عدد مرات القراءة 19882006-05-16

GREEN MEP WELCOMES PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA TO LONDON

Euro MP Jean Lambert welcomed the President Of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez,
to London yesterday when hundreds of people crammed into the Camden
Centre to be part of an official gathering.

London’s Green MEP, Jean Lambert shared the platform with Hugo Chavez
and a mixture of leading figures from the left. Whilst the President
continues his visit today with appointments in City Hall, Jean reflected
on yesterday’s event and said; “President Chavez deserves recognition of
the changes and achievements he has made in Venezuela over the last few
years. The country is now benefiting from real improvements in public
services and the opportunities that we take for granted here in the UK.

“The fact that people in Venezuela are now gaining access to a fully
functioning health service and the opportunity of an education proves
that Chavez is bringing about reform and closing the gap between rich
and poor.

“Yesterday’s meeting demonstrated that the President has an enormous
amount of support in his challenge to develop a fair trade system that
aims to counter poverty rather than the free trade system being pushed
by the WTO. I applaud his moves to an equitable society and hope in time
it will be less divided.”

Jean was joined on the platform by, amongst others, Tariq Ali, Colin
Burgess MP and Paul Mackey.






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