In this month's issue, Bloomberg Markets dedicates its cover and a six-page article to the empire that former British PM Tony Blair is building worldwide, except at home, where he still provokes public outrage. It is an accurate and in-depth illustration of the business activities of the man that betrayed the British Parliament and its people. [DOWNLOAD PDF]


UK Chilcot Inquiry: “The Iraq War Was Unlawful”. Unanimous Legal Opinion of Foreign Office Lawyers

Cameron government is blocking publication of their “official” report. 
4 January 2013.
The UK Cameron government is blocking publication of their “official” report on Iraq war until perhaps 2014 or later, according to the 

On Blair in Vietnam

On 15 October, Tony Blair made his first visit to Vietnam. He met students and teachers of the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, which belongs to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Blair said: “If you want to work in diplomacy or politics, you have to be interested in and pay attention to people. You should try to find out what people around you are interested in, are concerned about.


At the UN Human Rights Council Radical Party continues to demand truth over Saddam Hussein’s exile. It will attend the September session with worldwide members and experts

Geneva, September 10th – The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty by virtue of its consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC), will attend as a non-governmental organization the 21st session of the UN Human Rights Council, held in Geneva from Monday 10th to Friday 28th september. The Radical delegation will be made​up of the Party’s General Councillors Antonio Stango, Matteo Angioli, Penelope Faulkner, Kok Ksor and Vo Van Ai.


Pannella: “I ask to the Minister Frattini to come with me to Bagdad and meet Al Maliki, to avoid the death penalty for Tarek Aziz and the others condemned with him

Marco Pannella, in his speech at the IXth Radical Congress has announced that he can stop his hunger and thirst strike, that has been going on for five days and that started the 1st of October as hunger strike , if the Minister Frattini comes with him to Bagdad for a meeting with the Premier Al Maliki to avoid the death of Tarek Aziz and the others condemned one week ago to the death penalty by the High Criminal Court of Baghdad.


Motion on the death penalty against Tareq Aziz

The Chamber of Deputies, the Senate

Given that:

On October 26th 2010, the former Iraqi vice president Tareq Aziz – together with the former Minister for the Interior, Saadun Shaker, and the former personal secretary to Saddam Hussein, Abdel Hamid Hamud – has been condemned to the death penalty by hanging by the High Criminal Court of Baghdad.

8 February - Berlusconi sends a memorandum on the exile proposition to Gaddafi in Tripoli


Berlusconi sends a classified memorandum to Tripoli ‘mentioning a resolution which Saddam Hussein could accept’. There is some talk of a site in Libya where the Rais could find refuge. Gaddafi has taken it upon himself to discuss this with the person concerned despite not having had a response up until now. In fact, if no response comes from Tripoli, he has it in mind to approach a more direct speaker: Tareq Aziz.

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Partito Radicale Nonviolento transnazionale e transpartito

The Parliament inquires into Iraq war

The matter at issue
Marco Pannella has asked for the institution of an Iraq war Commission.
«I address an appeal to the government and the oppositions too, but first of all to the top State’s authorities, thence to the Parliament too , because – as in Great Britain and in the United States has been done , it will possible to set in Italy a Commission or , at least, an official inquiry about the behave of our Country on the previous Iraq war affair» said in a Radio Radicale interview.


Chronology on Lybia


3 March 2009: Veteran Libyan diplomat Ali Triki will be the next president of the UN General Assembly. (UN News)

30 August 2008: Berlusconi and Qaddafi sign the “Italy- Libya Friendship and Partnership Agreement2 worth $5 Billion in 20 years.

Articles on the 1 March Summit of the Arab League

On 1 March 2003, at the Sharm el-sheik Summit of the Arab League, Sheik Zayed al-Nahyan, the President of the United Arab Emirates was supposed to share with his colleagues the acceptance from Saddam Hussein to go into exile before the invasion of Iraq in exchange for amnesty and protection. The deal was intended to avert the war. Representatives of the UAE had met with Saddam on four occasions, and he appeared serious about a deal, but demanded that the Arab League back the offer officially before he would commit to it.


Revealed: Saddam 'ready to walk away for $1bn'

A transcript of an eve-of-war conversation between President George Bush and former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar has revealed a previously undisclosed initiative to avert war in Iraq by spiriting Saddam Hussein out of the country.

Saddam asked Bush for $1bn to go into exile

Saddam Hussein offered to step down and go into exile one month before the invasion of Iraq, it was claimed last night.
Fearing defeat, Saddam was prepared to go peacefully in return for £500million ($1billion).
The extraordinary offer wa

"Iraqi Turkmen: The Human Rights Situation and Crisis in Kerkuk"

European Parliament, 26 – 27 March 2007
(ASP 5G1)

- Press Release -

Northern Iraq emerged from the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime as an area of relative stability. What calm there was appears however now under threat, as s
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