British MPs call for freedom for Colombian political prisoners Take Action for Freedom: British MPs call for freedom for Colombian political prisoners – JOIN THEM.

A group of British MPs have protested outside Parliament against the Colombian regime’s continued practice of jailing critics without convicting them of any crime. The MPs highlighted five cases where civil society leaders have been imprisoned in Colombia – some of whom have spent years in jail without trial.

Read the press release about the MP protest here.

Please add your own voice to the protest by adopting a prisoner and sending an online
postcard to your MP.
Enter your name, email address and postcode and click on the image of a prisoner, we will then find your MP and make a postcard, the next page will allow you to view the postcard and email it!

Enter your details, then click on one of the posters to make a postcard to send to your MP.

Omar Combita, teacher trade unionist, has been detained jailed since October 2011 without being convicted of any crime.

The FENSUAGRO Three, members of the Colombian agricultural workers trade union, have been jailed since June 2011, on dubious evidence.

David Ravelo, a human rights activist, has been jailed since September 2010, denied due process

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