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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe New Parliament petition seeks to change the Law so UK Gov has legal obligation to protect ALL Brits abroad.. And Yes THEY DO NOT at present
As you read this 2000 Uk Citizens are in jail around the world, 1000 held without charge whilst some like Uk Citizen & charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in her forth year left to rot in Irans prison system has had no charges made public forcing her husband Richard to sleep outside the Iran Embassy & go on hunger strike in solidarity with his wife in Iran , her predicament not helped by PM Boris Johnson wrongly stating she was working as a journalist .These 1000 could so easily be you or me, & yet our Government has no legal obligation to help any UK citizens abroad a position thats is not widely known and only discovered by many when they find themselves like Nazanin caught up in International politics and the Government only plays lip service to your plight.
This petition has been a battle with NO 10 to get the wording they would approve, if we get 10,000 Signatures the Government must respond, if we get 100,000 it leads to a full House of Commons debate in which the MPs of the 1000 forgotten in other countries jails and the #FreeNazanin campaign will be able to raise the profile of these victims and actually bring in a law that gives us ALL the right to Government action 3 million have signed the Free Nazanin Petition Change .Org and 2million have signed the petition on Change .org from British Rights Abroad , but only THIS petition is approved by the Government that has the power to change the LAW. PLEASE SIGN and SHARE NOW.
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