The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has disrupted the fourth South African AIDS Conference in Durban.
"We are not happy with what is happening in this conference. Besides the fact that the conference is too academic, our voices as people living with AIDS are not heard," argued Victor Lakey from the TAC.
He says: "What is happening is that the same old declarations are rehashed and nothing gets done after these conferences have been held."
Security guards at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre and police had to form a barrier to prevent members of the TAC from further interrupting proceedings.
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