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Yanomami Indian Reservation, Brazil

EDM number 434 in 1991-92, proposed by Jacques Arnold on 18/12/1991.

That this House welcomes the decision of Fernando Collor de Mello, President of Brazil, to establish a rain forest reservation covering 94, 000 square kilometres on Brazil's northern border with Venezuela, which effectively safeguards the original lands of the Yanomami Indians, the world's largest primitive tribe; and congratulates Senhor Jose Lutzenberg, the Brazilian Environment Secretary on his achievement in securing this reservation.

This motion has been signed by a total of 20 MPs.

Jacques Arnold18/12/1991GraveshamProposed
Peter Hardy19/12/1991WentworthSigned
James Lester19/12/1991BroxtoweSigned
Dale Campbell-Savours20/12/1991WorkingtonSigned
Norman Godman20/12/1991Greenock and Port GlasgowSigned
Chris Smith14/01/1992Islington South & FinsburySigned
David Knox14/01/1992Staffordshire MoorlandsSigned
Gordon Oakes14/01/1992HaltonSigned
John Garrett15/01/1992Norwich SouthSigned
Nicholas Winterton15/01/1992MacclesfieldSigned
Patrick Nicholls15/01/1992TeignbridgeSigned
Ian McCartney15/01/1992MakerfieldSigned
Alan Meale16/01/1992MansfieldSigned
Edward O'Hara23/01/1992Knowsley SouthSigned
Alistair Burt27/01/1992Bury NorthSigned
Gerard Vaughan27/01/1992Reading EastSigned
Paul Boateng05/02/1992Brent SouthSigned
Tim Rathbone10/02/1992LewesSigned
Patrick Cormack10/02/1992South StaffordshireSigned
Hugh Dykes10/02/1992Harrow EastSigned

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