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Sydney: Candles of Hope SAVE VAN TUONG NGUYEN

Candles of Hope SAVE VAN TUONG NGUYEN - No More Executions

Show your support for Van Tuong Nguyen and oppose the death penalty Please join us between 6.30 and 7.30pm

Thursday 1st December - Martin Place Amphitheatre (nr Pitt St)

Speakers: Rev Bill Crews - The Exodus Foundation Tim Goodwin - Anti-Death Penalty Network Coordinator
Amnesty International Australia

Music performances: Gospel Choir 'The Honeybees' Singer/Songwriter Santhi Rajendran and band
Nothing is "irreversible"; while Van is alive there is hope.

Amnesty International Australia continues to call for the execution to be stopped and to be commuted to a custodial sentence. We appeal to the Australian Government and the Australian people to reiterate their opposition to the death penalty throughout our region.

The candle vigil offers hope and encouragement to all those who have supported Van.

At this gathering you will be given the opportunity to light a candle for Van, wear a yellow ribbon, show your support for Van's family and friends, join our anti-death penalty network and oppose the death penalty.

Help save Van Tuong Nguyen from execution in Singapore!

Visit http://www.amnesty.org.au or call 1300 300 920 to take action NOW .

ENDS

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