#40 | 10/14/2014 The Rule of Law
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Pena di Morte

Death Penalty: Hands Off Cain, The World Day Against The Death Penalty For Africa

Sergio D'Elia @Sdelia3
The most significant facts concerning the death penalty in recent years have come from Africa, with the abolition in Rwanda, Burundi, Gabon, Togo and Benin. In particular with regard to the first two... [MORE]
Presentazione Ragion di Stato

Presentation of “Rule of Law versus Reason of State” at the House of Commons

Matteo Angioli @Matteo_Angioli
On 22 October 2014, the Written Proceedings of the Conference held in February in Brussels “Rule of law versus Reason of State” will be presented at the House of Commons in London. After... [MORE]
Formigoni

Firmigoni trial continues

Lorenzo Lipparini @llipparini
On October 13th, 2014, Marco Pannella, Marco Cappato and myself were heard by the Milan Court as claimants during the trial against the former President of the Lombardy region, Roberto Formigoni.... [MORE]
Umbrella Revolution

The #UmbrellaMovement in Hong Kong is not a Revolution but an Evolution

Marco Perduca @perdukistan
For almost three weeks, Hong Kong has been the centre of a pro-democracy mobilization, the so-called #umbrellamovement, that wants to directly and freely elect the City's Chief... [MORE]
Cameron Drug

The drug policy of the Conservatives? “Idiotic” and “frightfully conservative”

Claudio Radaelli @claudioexeter
With elections fast approaching and the support for the LibDems registered by surveys at an historical low, the LibDems went to their annual Party Conference in Glasgow earlier in October. For Clegg... [MORE]
Cannabis Belgium

Cannabis: back to zero tolerance

Laura Harth @LauraHarth
In 2003, Belgium’s so-called “purple” Government - made up of Liberals, Socialists and Greens – followed the Dutch example and adopted a tolerance policy towards soft drugs.... [MORE]
Sharmila

Irom Chanu Sharmila, the fair one (1/2)

Matteo Ariano
Irom Chanu Sharmila is a civil rights activist, political activist, and poet from the Indian State of Manipur. She is known in India as “The Iron Lady of Manipur” or as “Mengoubi... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Parigi Paris, October 11, 2014: the Nonviolent Radical Party and Radicali Italiani participate with Marco Pannella and Valerio Federico in the Freedom March for minorities and oppressed peoples, organized by Società Libera
PHOTO: Stefano Marrella
 

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