We Demand a Referendum Now Party candidate Mohammed “Andy” Adris MBE yesterday launched his election campaign at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Andy is second on the party list in the West Midlands. The elections will be held on Thursday 22nd May 2014 and anybody registered to vote that lives in the West Midlands is able to vote for Andy.
Number one on the We Demand a Referendum Now Party list is Nikki Sinclaire MEP. Since her election to the European Parliament in 2009, Nikki has staunchly worked to defend Human Rights across the world, taking a particular interest in Kashmir and other occupied zones. In keeping with UK belief in one’s right to self-determination Nikki and Andy are DOUBLING UP AND ARE calling for a Referendum on our continued EU membership and Kashmiri independence NOW!
In 1948 the Kashmiri people were promised a referendum to freely choose their own political future. Sixty six years later the Kashmiris are still waiting. At every opportunity, as friends of Kashmir, Nikki and Andy will highlight the plight of the Kashmiri people, alongside human rights abuses in Afghanistan and Gaza.
Mohammed Adris MBE said,
“Yesterday was a fantastic opportunity to launch my MEP campaign in Brussels.
I’m a working man who shares your daily experience of striving to make a living to support my family. I am not a professional politician and do firmly believe politicians must serve, listen to and respect the electorate.
If elected as an MEP I will report on fraud, corruption and waste in the EU and explain to all why Kashmir deserves its own free and fair referendum to decide its own political future. If you think you have a right to a REFERENDUM NOW, then please don’t follow the herd – follow us and be heard.”
Nikki Sinclaire MEP said,
“Here is a unique opportunity to elect our first Kashmiri MEP to the European Parliament. Andy is in an electable position if the Kashmiri people in the West Midlands support him.
We must continue to highlight the horrendous human rights abuses in Kashmir and push those in power to ensure that the referendum that the Kashmiri people were promised happens. In electing Andy the EU will be sent a strong message.
I am proud to be able to have Mohammed in such a prominent position on my list. I know that, if elected to the European Parliament, Andy would work just as hard as I have for the West Midlands”.