Amnesty International Burma Card Signing attended by Andrew George MP

Amnesty International Burma Card SigningLocal MP, Andrew George, joined the Penzance group of Amnesty International this morning for a card signing session as part of its campaign on behalf of prisoners of conscience in Burma.

Andrew joined the group at the Honeypot cafe in Penzance’s Parade Street. Supporters were invited to sign greeting cards to celebrate Thingyan, the Burmese Water Festival. The cards will be sent to Burmese leaders.

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