CRAG E-Alert - 21 July 2005
Dear Friends & Supporters
VENEZUELAN PARLIAMENT ADOPTS ARMENIAN GENOCIDE RESOLUTION
The Parliament of Venezuela adopted a Resolution on 14 July 2005 recognising the Armenian Genocide, introduced by Parliament Member Victor Hugo Morales and lawyer Janet Madris.
Archbishop Komitas Ohanian and Grigor Postalian represented Venezuela's Armenian community at the Parliamentary session.
The Resolution also calls on the European Union to deny Turkey EU membership unless and until that country recognised the Armenian Genocide.
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NETWORK OF CONCERNED HISTORIANS (NCH)
The Network of Concerned Historians, based at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, monitors censorship against historians and archivists around the world.
It has just published its Annual Report 2005 # 38, which documents cases in 61 countries, including Armenia and Turkey.
You can read about Ragip Zarakolu, Orhan Pamuk and the so-called Sari Gelin (The True Story) advertisement in the European edition of the TIME magazine. Log on: http://www.let.rug.nl/nch/action38.htm
CRAG hopes that all community members, colleagues and friends are safe & untouched by the recent spate of terror and violence against public targets.
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