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Dalai Lama receives a gift in memory of Marco Pannella

Dalai Lama receives a gift in memory of Marco Pannella

Thursday 21 September 2017, GCRL’s Secretary Matteo Angioli and Alessandra Impallazzo of Radio Radicale met His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Pisa to donate him a gift on behalf of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty. The gift was a photo taken in 2009 in Rome picturing a hug between him and the late Marco Pannella. His Holiness recalled the “unique

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Arrest of Kem Sokha in Cambodia is yet another attack on human rights and the rule of law

Arrest of Kem Sokha in Cambodia is yet another attack on human rights and the rule of law

In the early hours of Sunday 3 September, the President of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Kem Sokha MP and member of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transnational, was arrested in his home in Phnom Penh on charges of “treason” and plotting against the nation by colluding “with foreign countires”. The news was spread by the Cambodia Daily, the independent newspaper that will

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66 Cambodian opposition MPs join the Nonviolent Radical Party

66 Cambodian opposition MPs join the Nonviolent Radical Party

On 30 June 2017, GCRL Segretary Matteo Angioli, UN Radical Party representative Laura Harth, former MPs Maurizio Turco and Maria Antonietta Farina, Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) members Sam Rainsy and Saumura Tioulong, Que Me Action for Democracy in Vietnam representatives Penelope Faulkner and Vo Tran Nhat met in the French Senate to discuss the next steps of the common endeavour for the transition towards

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UNPO endorses the campaign for the recognition of the right to know

UNPO endorses the campaign for the recognition of the right to know

On 26-28 June 2017 the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) held its XIII General Assembly in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. The event took place in the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood and at the University of Edinburgh. A total of twenty-four Members’ delegations from different continents participated in the meeting. Willie Rennie MSP hosted the Opening of UNPO’s XIII General Assembly and in the

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For the right to know: conclusions of the meeting in the French Senate

For the right to know: conclusions of the meeting in the French Senate

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, a round-table discussion entitled “For the recognition of the Right to Know” took place in Paris at the Senate of the French Republic. The event was organized by Senator André Gattolin in collaboration with the Global Committee for the Rule of Law “Marco Pannella”. Representatives of the political sphere and representatives of oppressed peoples from different regions

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Paris, Senate: round-table for the recognition of the right to know

Paris, Senate: round-table for the recognition of the right to know

Wednesday, 7 June 2017, in the French Senate, the Global Committee for the Rule of Law “Marco Pannella” and  Senator André Gattolin organize a round-table discussion on the right to know as a tool for the transition towards the Rule of Law. In an increasingly globalized world where many executive decisions are taken at an accelerated pace, often overriding the usual processes of democratic

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Presented at the Siracusa Institute the document illustrating the right to know

Presented at the Siracusa Institute the document illustrating the right to know

On Monday, May 29th, the document instructing the campaign led by the Nonviolent Radical Party transnational transparty (NRPTT) together with a coalition of organizations for the recognition by the United Nations of the universal right to know was presented at the Syracuse International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights. The initiative stems from Marco Pannella’s attempt to prevent military action

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CONFERENCE: INFORMATION AND PUBLIC DEBATE IN 21st CENTURY CONSOLIDATED DEMOCRACIES – LESSONS FROM ITALY. WHAT ISSUES AND WHAT REFORMS?

CONFERENCE: INFORMATION AND PUBLIC DEBATE IN 21st CENTURY CONSOLIDATED DEMOCRACIES – LESSONS FROM ITALY. WHAT ISSUES AND WHAT REFORMS?

Thanks to Sen. Enrico Buemi In collaboration with Friday 12 May 2017, 3pm Defence Committee Room Palazzo Carpegna Senate of the Republic Via degli Staderari, 2 INFORMATION AND PUBLIC DEBATE IN 21st CENTURY CONSOLIDATED DEMOCRACIES. LESSONS FROM ITALY: WHAT ISSUES AND WHICH REFORMS? First session (3pm – 5pm) International principles, standards and issues Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata Ambassador, former Minister

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Chechnya: not all that glitters is gold

Chechnya: not all that glitters is gold

It was March 2007 when Umar Khanbiev, former Chechnya Minister of Government Maskhadov, asked for political asylum in Italy during a press conference at the Chamber of Deputies, held with radical leader Marco Pannella. It was not Russia or the new Chechen government to be at the center of Khambiev’s concerns, but “the Soviet illiberal system,” which, according to Umar

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France: Controller-General concerned for the rule of law

France: Controller-General concerned for the rule of law

The Islamist terror attacks that hit France in the last two years have plunged the country in a downward spiral which is contributing to the deterioration of the Rule of Law. The need for the Hollande Government to react, the far-right opposition pressures and the attempt by the Government to reassure the public led to the proclamation of the State of Emergency in

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