Anti-govt-intervention group to be launched

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A new organisation that opposes any form of government interference in the lives of the citizens will be launched this weekend.

2 May 2008

THE NETHERLANDS - A new organisation calling itself the International Coalition Against Prohibition will be officially launched in The Netherlands at the weekend.

The ICAP is opposed to any and all forms of government interference in the lives of ordinary citizens.

Representatives from 11 countries - the United States, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Italy, France and The Netherlands - will gather in The Netherlands to ratify the articles of association of their coalition.

ICAP believes governments are meddling too much in their citizens' lives, for instance by introducing smoking bans.

The International Coalition Against Prohibition says it's time for a powerful international countermovement, which will defend citizens' rights to determine their own lives.

[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]

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