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Nsw Parlamentosu Yasama Meclisi'nde Kabul Edilen Ülkemiz Karşıtı Sözde Soykırım Kararına Ilişkin Duyuru , 09.05.2013

8 Mayıs 2013, Çarşamba günü NSW Eyalet Parlamentosu Yasama Meclisi’ne (Legislative Assembly) Eyalet Başbakanı Barry O’Farrell’in sunduğu Parlamento tarafından 1997 yılında tanınan sözde Ermeni “soykırımı”na ilaveten bu defa sözde Asuri ve Yunan “soykırım”larını da tanıyan önerge muhalefetteki İşçi Partisi’nin de tam desteğiyle kabul edilmiştir.

 

Sözkonusu kararın örneği aşağıda sunulmuştur.

 

Vatandaş ve soydaşlarımızın dikkatine önemle sunulur.

 

 

ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

 

Mr Barry O’Farrell sought the leave of the House to permit the moving of a motion forthwith regarding the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, and for a maximum of two speakers to the motion for a period of up to 5 minutes each.

 

Leave granted.

 

Mr Barry O’Farrell moved, That this House:

 

(1) Notes that on 17 April 1997, this House recognised and condemned the Genocide of the Armenians by the then Ottoman Government between 1915 and 1922, and designated 24 April of every year thereafter as a day of remembrance of the 1.5 million Armenians who fell victim to the first genocide of the twentieth century.

 

(2) Recognises that Assyrians and Greeks were subjected to qualitatively similar genocides by the then Ottoman Government between 1915 and 1922.

 

(3) Reaffirms its condemnation of the genocide of the Assyrians, Armenians and Greeks, and all other acts of genocide as the ultimate act of intolerance.

 

(4) Recognises the importance of remembering and learning from such dark chapters in human history to ensure that such crimes against humanity are not allowed to be repeated.

 

(5) Acknowledges and pays tribute to the contribution of the ANZAC servicemen who aided the survivors of the genocide.

 

(6) Acknowledges the significant humanitarian relief contribution made by the people of New South Wales to the victims and survivors of the genocide.

 

Debate ensued.

 

Question put and passed.”