#42 | 10/28/2014 The Rule of Law
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“Rule of Law vs Reason of State” presented at Westminster

The written proceedings of the Conference “Rule of Law vs Reason of State” presented at Westminster

Matteo Angioli @Matteo_Angioli
Last October 22 the House of Commons in the Palace of Westminster in London, hosted the presentation of the written proceedings of the Brussels Conference “Rule of Law vs Reason of State... [MORE]
Papa Francesco

Pope Francis blasts supermax prisons as “torture”

Sergio D’Elia @sdelia3
On 23 October Pope Francis addressed a delegation of the International Association of Penal Code, with a ‘lectio magistralis’ of universal scope and with a extraordinary humanistic,... [MORE]
Libia

Libya's crossroad, where is Europe going?

Gianluca Eramo @gianlucaeramo
Since mid-May 2014, Libya has witnessed a turbulent period of political volatility and the worst outburst of violence since the fall of Gaddafi. The armed confrontation among militias and the current... [MORE]
Patrick Moore

Patrick Moore should be Ambassador of Expo 2015

Valentina Stella @ValeAngeStella
“Appoint Patrick Moore as Expo 2015 Ambassador”: this is a proposal the Luca Coscioni Association has made through an international appeal, which has gathered hundreds of signatures from... [MORE]
Irom Sharmila

Irom Chanu Sharmila, “the fair one” (2/2)

Matteo Ariano
Irom Chanu Sharmila is an activist for civil rights and poet from the Indian state of Manipur, also known as “The Iron Lady of Manipur” or “Mengoubi”, "The fair one... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Westminister London, October 22, 2014: Participants at the presentation of "Rule of Law vs Reason of State" organized by the Radical Party and No Peace Without Justice in Committee Room 10 at the House of Commons in the Palace of Westminster 
 

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