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30 Apr 2015

Autor:
The Association of Ethical Shareholders Germany

Counter motion on the occasion of the shareholder meeting of BASF SE to be held on April 30, 2015

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...BASF SE board members didn’t fulfill their responsibility within the supply chain in the case of Lonmin. In the reports of the worldwide 3rd biggest Platinum enterprise Lonmin, BASF is declared, besides Mitsubishi, to be the main customer of the Lonmin enterprise (operating in South Africa, based in England). Lonmin characterizes BASF as „principal customer for PGMs“. BASF Catalysts LLC and Lonmin are furthermore members of the International Platinum Group Metals Association. Thus, a close and long term commercial relationship is evident. Now, the process of taking of evidence of the massacre of Marikana (16th August 2012) in the framework of the state appointed (Oct. 2012) “Marikana Commission of Inquiry” provide clear and extensive evidence, that Lonmin is – indirectly as well as directly – co-responsible for the massacre. On a concrete level Lonmin is accused to be co-responsible 1. for the killing of 34 mine workers on the 16 August 2012 and for the 70, partly sustained, injured...

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