Congresses - General Motion

38th Congress of the Transnational Radical Party (Geneva from 4 to 7 April 2002)

GENERAL MOTION
The 38th Congress of the Transnational Radical Party

General Motion Approved by the IIIrd Congress (Extraordinary) of the Radical Party (Bologna, May 12, 13, 14, 1067)

General Motion Approved by the IIIrd Congress (Extraordinary) of the Radical Party (Bologna, May 12, 13, 14, 1967)

General Motion Approved by the IVth Congress of the Radical Party

General Motion Approved by the IVth Congress of the Radical Party
(Florence, November 3,4,5, 1967)

General Motion Approved by the Vth Congress of the Radical Party

General Motion Approved by the Vth Congress of the Radical Party
at Ravenna the 2,3,4 November, 1968

General Motion Approved by the VIth Congress of the Radical Party Milan, 1,2,3 November 1969

General Motion Approved by the VIth Congress of the Radical Party Milan, 1,2,3 November 1969

11/03/2002

General Motion approved by the 38th Congress of the TRP

The Transnational Radical Party

Thanks the Albanian Government and authorities for hosting the Party Conference in Tirana and for their active participation in it.

Recalling the General Motion approved at the first session of the 38th Conference, greets the leaders and representatives of the oppressed people who have chosen the Transnational Radical Party with its objective of establishing a World Organisation of Democracy as a fundamental tool useful also in its non-violent battles to affirm human, civil and political rights.

THE MOTION APPROVED BY THE XXXV CONGRESS IN BUDAPEST

THE MOTION APPROVED BY THE XXXV CONGRESS IN BUDAPEST

ABSTRACT:

General Motion Approved by the XXXIIIrd Congress (Extraordinary) of the PR

General Motion Approved by the XXXIIIrd Congress (Extraordinary) of the PR
Rome, April 25,26, 1987

General Motion Approved by the XXXIInd Congress (IInd session) of the PR

General Motion Approved by the XXXIInd Congress (IInd session) of the PR
Rome, February 26,27,28, and March 1, 1987

ABSTRACT: After the success of the campaign for "ten thousand members", the Congress gives itself another ambitious project: to transform the PR into a transnational political body. The motion of the XXXIInd Congress for the first time affirms that the Radical Party must no longer be an exclusively Italian organisation.

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