Kabylia, June 5th, 2008 - At the seventh anniversary of the claim for Kabylia’s autonomy, the MAK has now made official its demand for a regional autonomy to all of the concerned Algerian authorities with a copy to the international bodies and Mr. Nelson Mandela.
It is the small town of Adekar located at 1000 meters of altitude, at equal distance between Bgayet and Tizi-Uzzu, that the autonomist movement chose for sending the registered and with return-receipt letters. Adekar is near Akfadu or what once was the headquarters of Kabyl hero Amirouche.
The Delegation was made of Ferhat Mehenni, president; Mouloud Mebarki,
Secretary-general; Mohand Larvi Tayev president of the National Council and Dr. Djillali Bouzouane. The Delegation held then, around 3:30 PM a press conference at the Media House of Tizi-Uzzu conducted by Ferhat Mehenni in the presence of other members of the MAK in addition to those of the delegation, in particular Ait-Chebbib Bouaziz, Said Laimchi and Kamira Nait Cid. Other initiatives planned by the MAK will be implemented in the weeks to come.
Click on the files below to download a pdf of the letter (in French). Tamazight and English versions will be posted soon.
The document contains the following:
- Official letter asking for autonomy for Kabylia
- The Kabylia Autonomy Project
- The MAK's Charter
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