Led by students, have gone on Saturday, thousands of Australians are against the construction of a coal mine in the state of Queensland on the road. The Bahsine protesters called on the government and the Opposition to stop the project of an Indian company in the North-East of the country.

in the past month had called the students to the protests in the major cities of Australia. “We will not take a Position, taking our leaders out of fear,” said the 14-year-old Jean Hinchcliffe at a rally. You will fight for a “better future”, she said.

“leaders of tomorrow”

“The leaders of Australia need to start to act,” said the 12-year-old Sammy Lightfoot to the AFP news Agency. “Students are the next Generation of Australia.” They were also the leaders of tomorrow and should therefore be “the strongest voice” and to say “most”.

The Indian company Adani had recently stressed that despite the criticism of the coal mine. However, the Mine will be significantly smaller than originally planned. The Work could begin within the next few weeks.

by the end of November, thousands of students of the country had demonstrated far more climate protection and the instruction skipped. The Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison had moved with his admonition, the students were in their class rooms, the displeasure of the demonstrators.


Created: 08.12.2018, 12:21 PM