Noting Article 2 of THE WORLD CHARTER FOR CETACEA sign now

TO The Government of The Solomon Isles and The People

We the undersigned citizens and NGOs of The World
Noting Article 2 of THE WORLD CHARTER FOR CETACEA

"Article 2
The cetacean family are highly evolved in brain size and structure, adapted for a marine existence. They are sentient, warm-blooded mammals, endowed with reason and with the right to unrestricted movement. Capture from their environment to supply dolphinaria is an immoral and cruel practice. Therefore not one single cetacean shall be held in confinement or forced into servitude."

We the undersigned citizens and NGOs therefore condemn the policy of the Solomon Isles Government in sanctioning the capture of dolphins for sale into the slavery of dolphinaria.

Furthermore we pledge to boycott export produce from the Solomon Isles and also boycott the Isle as a tourist destination until the Government acknowledges International outrage and stops the captures.

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