Mélenchon: I will grant French citizenship to Assange and Snowden

On the 22nd July 2021, Jean Luc Mélenchon (Deputy of National Assembly and leader of ‘La France Insoumise’ Party) posted support for Julian Assange on twitter Snowden and Assange did France a favour. They helped reveal and demonstrate that the US was spying on us (our president, our economy). The newspaper  Le Monde  brought out … Continue reading “Mélenchon: I will grant French citizenship to Assange and Snowden”

“Assange must be released”: the Mexican President’s appeal in light of the Pegasus affair

On the 22nd July 2021 Fabien Rives reports in The News 24 As part of a press conference which took place on July 21 at the seat of the presidency of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador spoke about the alleged practices of targeted espionage targeting journalists, lawyers and politicians, recently brought to light by a consortium … Continue reading ““Assange must be released”: the Mexican President’s appeal in light of the Pegasus affair”

Greek Cross Party Parliamentary Group Appeal to President Biden

On the 9th July 2021, Pressenza International Press Agency reported President Joe Biden  White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington DC 20500 USA  2nd July 2021  Dear Mr President,  We are addressing you as Members of Greece’s Parliament to congratulate you for your recent comments in defense of media freedom.  As President Obama’s Vice President, you played … Continue reading “Greek Cross Party Parliamentary Group Appeal to President Biden”

Australian Labor Party Resolution of Support for Julian Assange

At the Australian Labor Party’s Special Platform Conference March 30th and 31st 2021 the following resolution was passed Labor believes that the Australian government should be doing everything necessary to ensure that Mr Julian Assange is treated fairly and humanely, and welcomes the priority given to the health and welfare of Mr Assange in the … Continue reading “Australian Labor Party Resolution of Support for Julian Assange”

More than 300 politicians, diplomats and lawyers pen open letter calling for Assange’s release

On the 22nd September, Ruptly posted the video of Polona Florijančič More than 300 world leaders, politicians, lawyers and academics called on the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from prison signing an open letter, according to Lawyers for Assange member and legal researcher Polona Florijancic, London, Monday. The open letter is addressed to UK … Continue reading “More than 300 politicians, diplomats and lawyers pen open letter calling for Assange’s release”

Heads of State, Former Heads of State, Prime Ministers and Ministers demand Assange’s Freedom

On the 21st September 2020, Lawyers for Assange issued this: Press Release A remarkable international letter has been signed today by 161 heads of state, former heads of state and a raft of ministers, parliamentarians, diplomats urging the UK government to halt Mr Julian Assange’s extradition proceedings and to grant his immediate release from Belmarsh … Continue reading “Heads of State, Former Heads of State, Prime Ministers and Ministers demand Assange’s Freedom”

The Centre for Human Rights Education of Curtin University call for ‘an end to the ongoing extradition proceedings and for Mr Assange to be granted his long overdue freedom’

On the 31st Augsst 2020, The Centre for Human Rights Education of Curtin University issued the following statement The Centre for Human Rights Education calls for the release of Mr Julian Assange in accordance with national and international law and human rights. We call for an end to the ongoing extradition proceedings and for Mr … Continue reading “The Centre for Human Rights Education of Curtin University call for ‘an end to the ongoing extradition proceedings and for Mr Assange to be granted his long overdue freedom’”

Scott Ludlam’s email to Senator Payne

From: scottludlam <xxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.com>Date: Wed, May 27, 2020 at 5:29 PMSubject: correspondence relating to Julian Assange court appearanceTo: senator.payne@aph.gov.au <senator.payne@aph.gov.au>, foreign.minister@dfat.gov.au <foreign.minister@dfat.gov.au> Dear Minister Payne, I have been invited to convey the attached four pieces of correspondencefor your urgent review and response. The undersigned represent across party alliance of serving and former MPs, a cross-section of theAustralian legal profession, … Continue reading “Scott Ludlam’s email to Senator Payne”

Doctors for Assange: Reply to Australian Government – March 2020

On 18th March 2020, 193 Doctors have written to the Australian Government To: Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Marise PayneCC: Mat Kimberly, Asst Secretary, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and TradeShadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Penny WongPrime Minister of Australia, the Hon Scott MorrisonLeader of the Opposition, the Hon Anthony AlbaneseAttorney-General, … Continue reading “Doctors for Assange: Reply to Australian Government – March 2020”

IBAHRI condemns UK treatment of Julian Assange in US extradition trial

On the 10th March 2020 IBAHRI issued the notice The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) condemns the reported mistreatment of Julian Assange during his United States extradition trial in February 2020, and urges the government of the United Kingdom to take action to protect him. According to his lawyers, Mr Assange was handcuffed 11 times; stripped naked … Continue reading “IBAHRI condemns UK treatment of Julian Assange in US extradition trial”