Delegation of the NRPTT in Kiev

Delegation of the NRPTT in Kiev

Since 21 February 2014, a Delegation composed by Antonio Stango, Laura Harth, Nikolaj Khramov e Stefano Marrella is in Kiev.


Conference "Raison d’Etat vs Rule of Law" - Audio-video

Conference in Brussels on the Rule of Law, Raison d’Etat, war in Iraq and Right to Know 



 The newsletter of the Radical Party 

Senato del Partito Radicale

Roma, 8/9 febbraio 2014

Roma, 14 dicembre 2013

Vignetta di Forattini per Marco

Saving Timbuktu

Our call in support of the appeal by Presidents Chirac and Diouf "Sauver Tombouctou pour sauver la paix / Saving Timbuktu to save the peace"

Sign the appeal

First Signatures (italian)

The NRPTT at the United Nations

39° Congress

39° Congress of The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational e Transparty (Second Session).


39° Congress of The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational e Transparty (First Session).


General Council

Tunisi: 22-24 July 2011
Audio video:
1° day | 2° day | 3° day

Barcelona: 3-5 September 2010 
Audio video:
1° day | 2°day | 3° day
Documents: Motions

Rome: 28-30 May 2010  
Audio video:
1° day | 2° day | 3° day

Rome: 20-22 November 2009  
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| 2° day | 3°day
Documents: General motion

Archivio storico foto

Hotel Minerva. Pannella in digiuno scrive a macchina. (BN) ottima, importante
Hotel Minerva. Pannella in digiuno scrive a macchina. (BN) ottima, importante

Silvio Berlusconi takes fight for survival to Italy’s beaches

Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-right party is launching a nationwide summer campaign, in an effort to revitalise support for the group and its founder, sentenced for tax fraud by Italy’s Supreme Court earlier this month.


In the next days, volunteers for the PDL are expected to distribute political pamphlets across Italy’s most popular beaches, on the island of Sardinia, in the resorts of Liguria and Tuscany and on the Amalfi coast, in what some commentators have dubbed “the freedom tour”.


NRPTT at the 23rd session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva

The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty, continues to follow the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, attending the sessions and organizing, at the ‘Palais des Nations’, side events on the situation of human rights in several countries. During the 23rd session, in June, the leader of the party Marco Pannella was present in Geneva as well.
Pannella met with several NGOs representatives and, among else, with Tahar Boumedra, former United Nations Human Rights Section Chief in Iraq.

Cambodia: NRPTT and NPWJ welcome Royal Pardon for Sam Rainsy as a small step on the road to democracy

On 12 July 2013, Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni granted pardon to Sam Rainsy, leader of the Cambodian opposition and member of the General Council of the Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty.


T. Elbegdorj Re-elected President of Mongolia

Dear President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj,

we salut your re-election as President of Mongolia as a victory and strengthening of our common principles for the affirmation of freedom and democracy.
We are confident that as your were able, during your first mandate, to send messages of hope to the world with the abolition of the death penalty, you will strengthen the fight for the rule of law and nonviolence during your second term of office.
The Nonviolent Radical Party and Hands off Cain will be by your side.
Sincerly Yours


Droga, radicali e Ass.coscioni: giovedì in piazza montecitorio per disobbedienza civile con Bernardini, Gozi, Barani, Balsi, Metallo, Gallo, Welby, Coscioni e malati

Radicali e associazioni scendono di nuovo in piazza giovedì pomeriggio a partire dalle ore 14:30, davanti a Montecitorio, per una manifestazione «antiproibizionista per l’accesso alla cannabis terapeutica e la depenalizzazione per uso personale della coltivazione della marijuana.


Vetnam: Eight montagnards jailed for ‘undermining national unity’

On 29 May 2013, a court in Vietnam’s Central Highlands sentenced eight ethnic minority Montagnards affiliated with an unregistered Catholic church to between three and 11 years in prison for “undermining the [national] unity”.
The Gia Lai provincial court said some of the eight had worked with a banned exile organization to establish an independent State for indigenous peoples in the Central Highlands, according to State media.


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]


Emma Bonino: Statement by Tonino Picula of the ESP to Radio Radicale

Emma Bonino, Italy's new Minister of Foreign Affairs, is a first class political acquisition for Enrico Letta's Government, whose priorities are financial recovery and a determined international presentation of Italy's plans in the coming period.
Emma Bonino is a politician with a strong profile and an excellent international reputation, acquired through long and recognized work within the international institutions, but also through her commitment within Marco Pannella's Radical Party.


Emma Bonino appointed Foreign Affairs Minister

Emma Bonino has been appointed today Foreign Affairs Minister in the new Italian Government, formed by Prime Minister Enrico Letta.

Best wishes Emma!


The Public Broadcaster, the Regulator and the Assassination of Public Debate

by Marco Beltrandi and Claudio M. Radaelli

Welcome to the world where democracy is upside-down. The outlaws are in power in this land.  Those who ask the regulators to respect their own laws are silenced, humiliated and, politically speaking, assassinated. But you’d be wrong to think of a small country with teething problems of transition to democracy. We are speaking of a founding member of the European Union and a large economy: the upside-down land is Italy. 

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