#13 | 04/08/2014 The Rule of Law
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RNN #13

Satyagraha, the force of nonviolence: achieved a first important objective of truth

Rita Bernardini @ritabernardini
After 34 days of hunger strike, our Satyagraha achieves its first objective. The Minister of Justice, through the Department for Penitentiary Administration (DAP), has finally revealed the truth on... [MORE]

Hun Sen Government accuses me of staging a “Constitutional coup”

Sam Rainsy @samrainsy
Following my April 2, 2014 letter to His Majesty the King, the Hun Sen Government accused me today of staging a “constitutional coup”. This is a very serious accusation on the part of the... [MORE]

Taking action on UNGA Resolution banning female genital mutilation

Alvilda Jablonko @alvilda
The CSW brings together representatives from member states and NGOs to assist the UN in promoting women’s rights in political, economic, civil, social and educational fields. Over the past four... [MORE]

Central America and its prisons

Demetrio Bacaro @dbacaro
Central America represents the geographical and political transition between the rich North and the poor, and often exploited, South of the planet. Sandwiched between the financial and economic... [MORE]

How knowledge can save the city

Riccardo Magi @riccardomagi
Since the beginning of the legislature in Rome's city council, one of the Radical's main objectives has been the structural recovery of the Capital's finances. Given the situation, this... [MORE]

Is there a vision for the welfare state in Italy?

Valeria Manieri @valeriamanieri
To discuss important issues like employment and welfare, we need a - transparent - valuation of the available resources, which is something the Jobs Act does not clarify. The Government is working... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Rome, 4 April 2014: View of the Third Meeting of the World Congress for Freedom of Scientific Research held on 4-6 April in the Chamber of Deputies and the Capitoline Hill
PHOTO: Mihai Romanciuc @dumplife

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