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«Gusi peace prize» awarded to Ferhat Mehenni: the ceremony took place in the absence of recipient

Ferhat drapeau

International foundation » Gusi Foundation » has this year awarded the price of peace » Gusi peace prize » to Mr. Ferhat Mehnni under his struggle for freedom of the Kabyle people. A fight he has fought for nearly 40 years . The ceremony awards took place yesterday , November 27 , at the headquarters of the foundation located in Manila, capital of Philippines, in the absence of the winner .

After the Algerian pressures, was the Kabyle flag not desirable in Manila

After the Algerian pressures, was the Kabyle flag not desirable in Manila

In fact, it had no travel documents allowing him to go there, Mr. Ferhat Mehenni had commissioned Mr. Lhasen Ziani, project coordinator of the Provisional Government of Kabylia , to represent him. However, the delegation was representing the President of the Anavad ( GPK ) to Philippine finally decided not to go to Manila because of the absence of the Amazigh flag symbolizes the nature of the struggle for freedom of the Kabyle people . Indeed, instead of the Amazigh flag , the Algerian flag that was put forward. In a video sent to the » Gusi Foundation ,» Mr. Lhasen Ziani expressed the principled position of Anavad and its president, who was to receive the Peace Prize . Here is the message in the video we publish below.

Kabylian Minister’s Message to the  «Gusi peace prize» Foundation with the subtitle in English

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