All Norway's youth parties gathered for referendum in Western Sahara

All 9 Norwegian youth parties today met in front of the Moroccan embassy in Oslo, demanding a referendum on independence for Western Sahara.

Published 04 February 16

Several of the associations that took part tried in January to send representatives on viits to Western Sahara. All those delegations where expelled from Western Sahara by Moroccan police. 

The event today, 4 February 2016, was organised by Social Democrat Youth, Changemaker, Progress Party Youth, Green Youth, Industri Energi youth, Christian Democrat Youth, Press - Save the Children Youth, Red Youth, Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund, Center Party Youth, Socialist Youth, Conservative Youth, and Liberal Youth 

The video above can be downloaded here

A similar event took place in Bergen, Norway, today (three pictures at the bottom).

Click on the images for high resolution version. 

 

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