Kings, Sultans urge AU to proclaim federal government

Tripoli- Libya (PANA) -- The Forum of the kings, sultans, princes, sheiks and African traditional chiefs have urged African leaders who meet from Sunday in Addis Ababa, to proclaim a federal government for the continent.
The delegation, who met the Libyan leader Mouammar Kadhafi, who has been appointed chief of the Forum of African kings, stated: "The bulldozer of the African Union led by the Guide Mouammar Kadhafi will carry on its passage all the undecided ones in the continent who want to take much more time for the creation of the African federal government.
" The head of the delegation, Tchiffi Ze Jean Gervais, president of the Council of the chiefs of Ivory Coast, said the various regional meetings of the Forum stressed that there was no alternative for the Addis Ababa summit than to comply with the will of the African populations to proclaim the formation of the African federal government.
"We can convince those who are not convinced yet to adhere to our cause, namely, that we have need for our economic independence, of only one army so that there are no more wars nor coups d'etat on this continent; we must have only one passport in Africa so that African citizens will have complete freedom to move from one country to another without obstacles," he said.

30 january 2009 21:19:00




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