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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2003 S1M-3811

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S1M-3811 Tommy Sheridan (Glasgow) (SSP) : Support for the February 15 Anti-War on Iraq Demonstration in Glasgow— That the Parliament notes the organisations that support the Scottish Coalition for Justice Not War that include the Scottish Trades Union Congress, Scottish UNISON, Scottish UCATT, Fire Brigades Union, Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, the Scottish Quakers, Iona Community, Trident Ploughshares, Faslane Peace Camp, Church and Nation Committee Church of Scotland, Roman Catholic Justice and Peace Commission, Christian Aid, Scottish United Nations Association, Campaign for Palestinian Rights, Scottish Palestinian Solidarity Campaign, Islamic Society of Britain, UK Islamic Mission, Muslim Association of Britain, Glasgow Refugee Action Group, Chhokar Family Campaign, Scottish Green Party, Labour Party Campaign for Socialism, Labour Campaign for Justice Not War, Scottish Socialist Party, Communist Party of Britain, Communist Party of Scotland, Democratic Left Scotland, Globalise Resistance, Socialist Labour Party, Campaign to Welcome Refugees, Scottish Centre for Non-Violence and Finance Workers Broad Left; agrees to support the demonstration on 15 February 2003 in Glasgow called by the Scottish Coalition for Justice Not War against attacking Iraq, and believes that waging world-wide war against poverty and injustice would deliver a more stable, peaceful and just world than a war waged on Iraq with the resultant loss of innocent Iraqi citizens' lives.

Lodged on 27 January 2003; taken in the Chamber on 30 January 2003

See S1M-3811.1 S1M-3811.2


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S1M-3811.1 Phil Gallie (South of Scotland) (Con) : Support for the February 15 Anti-War on Iraq Demonstration in Glasgow— As an amendment to motion S1M-3811 in the name of Tommy Sheridan (Support for the February 15 Anti-War on Iraq Demonstration in Glasgow), leave out from "agrees" to end.

Lodged on 29 January 2003; taken in the Chamber on 30 January 2003

See S1M-3811


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S1M-3811.2 Euan Robson (Roxburgh and Berwickshire) (LD) : Support for the February 15 Anti-War on Iraq Demonstration in Glasgow— As an amendment to motion S1M-3811 in the name of Tommy Sheridan (Support for the February 15 Anti-War on Iraq Demonstration in Glasgow), leave out from "agrees" to end and insert "further notes the demonstration on 15 February 2003 in Glasgow called by the Scottish Coalition for Justice Not War against attacking Iraq, and endorses the right to express opinion in peaceful protest."

Supported by: Hugh Henry, Peter Peacock

Lodged on 29 January 2003; taken in the Chamber on 30 January 2003

See S1M-3811

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