A federal language

A federal language ABSTRACT: In Resolution 11.11 of 8 Novemeber 1985, the General Conference of UNESCO, acknowledging the great potential of Esperanto for international comprehension and communication between peoples, invited the 160 member states to promote the introduction of school courses on linguistic problems and Esperanto. Why has this Resolution been ignored and, above all, why has this invitation been turned down by all the countries of the European Community, which has a great need for transnational communication? -----------------------------

A proposal for the CSCE

A proposal for the CSCE (THE PARTY new - N. 7 - May 1992) The principle of the safeguard of the linguistic identity of single peoples, which was originally upheld as an expression of the principle of the self-determination of peoples, is now acknowledged as one of the aspects of the safeguard of human rights.

A politically united Europe instead of nationalism, now!

A politically united Europe instead of nationalism, now! ABSTRACT: On the threshold of the year 2000, the main political issue is whether the federalist system is still valid and strong enough to help to resolve the political, economical, social and cultural problems that the world finds itself having to deal with, and if this system is still feasible for certain countries, like those of the former Soviet Union and former Yugoslavia, which have recently emerged from a Communist stranglehold. ----------------------------------------------

Will this be the last issue?

Will this be the last issue? ABSTRACT: To present, "at the same time on the same days", in as many parliaments as possible, laws to govern the terrible problems of the present-day world - with the nonviolent support of direct action by parliamentarians and citizens: this is our political objective. The newspaper you have received, which has now reached its seventh issue, is the means we have chosen to pursue this objective. ---------------------------------------

The obvious solution

The obvious solution (THE PARTY new - N. 7 - May 1992) Let us imagine two hypothetical situations regarding the life of the Radical Party: a) work meetings between people who live far apart; b) consultation between deputies who are members of the Party, in order to allow the simultaneous presentation of the same white papers, motions, or questions in different parliaments, or the organization of nonviolent actions in different cities.
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