Wednesday, February 09, 2005

VOGG demo on talks

Voice of Gibraltar Group (VOGG) says it is to follow the Conservative Party’s Deputy Leader’s example and will also be making a request for the pertinent papers on joint-sovereignty under the Freedom of Information Act. It issued a call on all political parties, pressure groups, professional associations and other representative bodies to do likewise.

Pressure must be kept up on the F&CO to uphold the Gibraltarians’ right to know what others have done, or are doing, in their name, said Paul Tunbridge.

Provided the proposed meeting in Malaga, on Friday, goes ahead, the VOGG plans to hold a vigil at The Convent, on the same day, as from 11 a.m., to reiterate its objections to the UK and Spanish Governments’ positions and track records.


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