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Fifty Fatullayevs protest

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Fifty Fatullayevs protest

Photograph of a protest group gathered opposite the Azerbaijan Embassy in London for a demonstration that was organised by the English Centre in collaboration with PEN International, Amnesty International UK, ARTICLE 19, Index on Censorship, and the Media Diversity Institute. This protest called for the immediate and unconditional release of Azerbaijani journalist Eynulla Fatullayev, who was imprisoned for four years in Azerbaijan for his criticism of the Azerbaijani government’s policies and for his comments on the Khojaly massacre. Fatullayev was represented on masks that the fifty protestors wore during the demonstration, as seen here, giving it the title ‘Fifty Fatullayevs’. This demonstration took place on 20 April 2011 in London.

Manifestation Fifty Fatullayevs

Photographie d'un groupe de manifestants rassemblés devant l'ambassade de l'Azerbaijan à Londres pour une manifestation organisée par le Centre anglais, en collaboration avec Amnistie Internationale UK, ARTICLE 19, Index on Censorship, et le Media Diversity Institute. La manifestation demandais la libération immédiate et inconditionnelle du journaliste de l'Azerbaijan Eynulla Fatullayev, emprisonné pour quarante ans en Azerbaijan pour sa critique des politiques du gouvernement azerbaijanais et pour ses commentaires sur le massacre de Khodjaly. Fatullayev était représenté sur les masques que cinquante manifestants ont porté au cours de la manifestation, comme on le voit ici. La manifestation s'est déroulée le 20 avril 2011 à Londres.

Protesta Fifty Fatullayevs

Fotografía de un grupo de protesta reunido en frente de la embajada de Azerbaiyán en Londres, durante una manifestación organizada por el Centro Inglés en colaboración con PEN Internacional, Amnistía Internacional del Reino Unido, ARTICLE 19, Index on Censorship, y el Media Diversity Institute. La protesta exigía el liberamiento incondicional del periodista azerbaiyano Eynulla Fatullayev, encarcelado durante cuatro años en Azerbaiyán por sus críticas al gobierno y sus políticas, así como por sus comentarios sobre la masacre de Jóyali. Los cincuenta manifestantes llevaron una máscara de Fatullayev durante la protesta, por eso se la conoce como «Fifty Fatullayevs». La protesta tuvo lugar el 20 de abril de 2011.

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20/04/2011

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English Centre

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