We always denounce
economic inequalities and social injustices.
"If someone wants to denounce
the Internet, they're welcome to it--but at the peril of their country."
"Our people is furious and indignant and once again raises its voice to denounce
all these imperialist manoeuvres against our nation," presenter Rafael Serrano said as the event was broadcast live across Cuba's state- run TV and radio network.
Ankara, SANA -- Unions, civil society organizations, and political parties in Turkey organized a protest in Taksim area in Istanbul on Friday to express solidarity with the Syrian people and to denounce
the support provided to terrorists by Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Justice and Development Party government.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Tunisians staged a demonstration in the capital Tunis to support the Syrian government and denounce
the Israeli regime.
The Group in statement issued, Sunday described the aggression as flagrant violation for human rights and the International Humanitarian law, calling on the regional and international community and all the concerned parties to denounce
the aggression and to bring to trial those who are responsible for this criminal act .
The state commission for Kumtor recommends the government unilaterally denounce
Kumtor project agreement in case recommendations of the Kyrgyz authorities are not followed 3 months after the talks with the Centerra Gold Inc., Economy Minister Temir Sariev, chairman of the state commission for Kumtor project, said at the plenary session of the Parliament on February 20 discussing the report of the state commission.
Participants waved placards to denounce
"political violence and government's inaction" which, according to them," should intervene to put an end to the surge of political violence in the country.
The officials of these unions insisted, in statements to the press, that they will take part in the popular march on Sunday in Casablanca to denounce
the hatred-driven campaign led by the Spanish Popular Party against Morocco's interests.
"An abolitionist manifesto" Colaiaco writes, "Douglass's oration would be the greatest abolition speech of the nineteenth century." Not only did it furiously denounce
slavery ("a system as barbarous and dreadful as ever stained the character of a nation"), the speech, entitled "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July," firmly grounded the fight against slavery in the text of the Constitution, boldly challenging the standard interpretation of the document, particularly its notorious "three-fifths" clause, and demanding that white America fully honor the Constitution's guarantee of natural rights.
In 1992, when Amy Goodman and Allan Nairn accepted a Reebok Human Rights Award for a Timorese dissident, they used the stage to denounce
Reebok's sweatshop policies around the world.
the conversion of companies into fortresses that are hermetically separated from the client and consumer and staffed by apathetic employees.