#62 | 03/18/2015 The Rule of Law
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ONU Commission

Radicals meet the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

Matteo Angioli @Matteo_Angioli
The project of the Second International Conference on the Rule of Law and the Right to Know continues encouraged by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, who is from... [MORE]
Radicali Italiani

Give Radicali Italiani a future

Valerio Federico @valeriofederico
Radicali Italiani needs to overcome yet another obstacle to continue and renew its efforts in contrasting the political-economic-mediatic power system, which stubbornly silences opposition voices by... [MORE]
Euthanasia

Free until the end: March 19th at the Italian Senate

Matteo Mainardi @MatteoMainardi
In March 2014, then President of the Republic Napolitano wrote a letter in response to Carlo Troilo's hunger strike. He wrote: "I do believe Parliament should not ignore the problems... [MORE]
Schiavone 2

Schiavone, camorra and Gomorra 2/2

Luca Bove @lucabove
Schiavone was not the only one making scorching statements. In fact, only a few days after the death of the camorra repentant, also Raffaele Cutolo, founder of the New Organized Camorra declared:... [MORE]
Andrei Lugovoj

Russia: who stands with Putin is above the law

Giulio Manfredi
Yesterday Vladimir Putin awarded Andrei Lugovoj (wanted by Interpol for the murder of British citizen Aleksandr Litvinenko) and Ramzan Kadyrov (Governor-dictator of Chechnya) with the "Medal of... [MORE]
Selahattin Demirtaş

Turkey: the Kurds and the overcoming of old-fashioned Nation-State ideology

Mariano Giustino @MarianoGiustino
After historic Abdullah Öcalan call on his party PKK to lay down arms, the leader of pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) Selahattin Demirtaş stated: «To solve the Kurdish... [MORE]

Photo of the week

ONU Geneva, March 11, 2015: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein and Marco Pannella at Wilson Palace, heaquarters of the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights.
PHOTO: Laura Harth
 

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