Presentation of the written proceedings of the Brussels Conference “Rule of Law vs. Reason of State”

Presentation of the written proceedings of the Brussels Conference “Rule of Law vs. Reason of State”

On 22 October 2014, the Written Proceedings of the Conference held in February in Brussels “Rule of Law v Reason of State” will be presented at the House of Commons in London. After ten years of campaigning mainly at the European Parliament and in Italy, the Nonviolent Radical Party together with No Peace Without Justice is returning to London, to the roots of their campaign, to take the next step aimed at restoring trust in democracy and the Rule of Law.

RNN 40: Brussels,

RNN 40: Brussels, "Firmigoni", London, Hong Kong and the transnational party

Hands off Cain at the European Parliament; Latest news from the "Firmigoni" trial; Radical Party at the House of Commons on October 22nd; The Hong Kong "evolution"; Drug Policy in Belgium and the United Kingdom; Irom Sharmila

DEATH PENALTY: HANDS OFF CAIN, THE WORLD DAY AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY FOR AFRICA

DEATH PENALTY: HANDS OFF CAIN, THE WORLD DAY AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY FOR AFRICA

Hands Off Cain devotes the World Day against the Death Penalty to Africa.

11/22/2012

Death penalty: The mission of the Radical Party in Chad continues

Yesterday was the second day of the mission of Hands Off Cain and the Radical Party in Chad to support the abolitionist process internally and gain the support of the African country to the UN resolution for the universal moratorium on executions.
The Radical delegation is composed of the President of Hands Off Cain Marco Panella, by the Treasurer Elisabetta Zamparutti, the Secretary General of the Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty, Demba Traorè, and the General Counsel of the Radical Party Matteo Angioli.
11/20/2012

European Council/ECB: Open letter to Van Rompuy

Mr. President,
 
The appointment by the European Council of the members of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, as set by article 283 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, deserves particular attention if such an appointment undermines serious aspects of democratic legitimacy, thus broadening the gap between European institutions and citizens.
11/20/2012

United Nations: New resolution pro moratorium on executions voted by a record number of 110 countries

On 19 November 2012, the UN General Assembly’s Third Committee in New York adopted a new resolution on a moratorium on the use of the death penalty, the fourth since 2007.

A record number of countries voted in favor of the Resolution, and there was a decrease in vote against it. The result was 110 votes in favor (+2 compared to 2010 Resolution), 39 against (-2), 36 abstentions (=) and 8 absent (+1).

11/19/2012

Death Penalty: Nonviolent Radical Party and Hands off Cain on a four-day mission to Chad

A delegation of Hands off Cain and the Nonviolent Radical Party is leaving today for a four day mission to Chad to support the abolitionist process in the country and to obtain the country’s vote in favour of the UN Resolution on a Universal Moratorium on death penalty.
 
The mission, that has been made possible by the contribution of the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, is composed of Marco Pannella, President of Hands off Cain, Elisabetta Zamparutti, its Treasurer, Demba Traorè, Secretary General of the Nonvi

10/26/2012

DEATH PENALTY: THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC READY TO VOTE IN FAVOR OF THE UN MORATORIUM AND ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY

The delegation of the Radical Party and Hands Off Cain today ended its mission in the Central African Republic meeting with the Prime Minister Faustin-Archange Touadera.
The head of government has assured Sergio D'Elia, Elisabetta Zampartutti and Marco Perduca that the Central African Republic will vote in favor of the resolution on the universal Moratorium that will be presented next month at the UN in New York.
The Prime Minister also expressed the political will to implement all legal means available to remove the death penalty, confirming the commitments undertaken by his government before the UN Human Rights Council for the ratification of the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, prodromal to definitive abolition of the death penalty, no longer applied in the country for over 30 years.

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