Tag: Partito Radicale

Press conference on the right to know tabled at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

Press conference on the right to know tabled at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

After more than five years of activities conducted mainly in Europe, but with far-reaching implications in all corners of the world – in China, Hong-Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Venezuela, the Middle East, plus the difficult situation of Poland and Hungary – the Radical Party, the Global Committee for the Rule of Law “Marco Pannella”, The Syracuse International Institute and the

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Judge Mazur: “In Poland the subjugation of the judiciary to the executive is a harsh reality”

Judge Mazur: “In Poland the subjugation of the judiciary to the executive is a harsh reality”

On 6 September, Senator Roberto Rampi and Matteo Angioli met judge Dariusz Mazur from the district of Krawkow. What follows is the interview to judge Mazur by Matteo Angioli, broadcasted by Radio Radicale. Matteo Angioli: Dariusz Mazur is a judge from the district of Krakow, in Poland, actively engaged against the governmental reform of the judiciary that has occurred in

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The Right to Know officially tabled at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

The Right to Know officially tabled at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

This morning, the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe elected Senator Roberto Rampi as general rapporteur on the Report on “Freedom of Media, Public Trust and the People’s Right to Know“. The draft resolution, which will be redacted and examined within the Committee, will then be brought before the Strasbourg

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Rampi and Angioli: “Why we will escort Sam Rainsy in Cambodia on the 9th of November”

Rampi and Angioli: “Why we will escort Sam Rainsy in Cambodia on the 9th of November”

After Sam Rainsy, exiled president of the leading party of the Cambodian democratic opposition (Cambodia National Rescue Party, CNRP) and honorary president of the Radical Party, announced his intention to return to Cambodia on Independence Day, the 9th of November, the 34-year-old government led by the former Khmer Rouge Hun Sen set into motion its resources instructing every lawyer, policeman

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Demonstration of the Radical Party at the Iranian Embassy in Rome

Demonstration of the Radical Party at the Iranian Embassy in Rome

On the 40th anniversary of the Khomeinist revolution, Thursday 14 February at 3 pm, the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty (NRPTT) will hold a demonstration in front of the Embassy of Iran in Rome (Via Nomentana, 361) to speak out against the Iranian danger. The demonstration takes place while in Warsaw and Munich two international conferences will discuss the same

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Italy still sitting on the fence vis-a-vis Venezuela

Italy still sitting on the fence vis-a-vis Venezuela

On 2 February, Foreign Undersecretary Manlio Di Stefano said that Italy does not recognize Venezuela’s interim President Juan Guaido. Obviously, he prefers “Maduro and the narco-generals, as in the case of Russia, China, Iran, Cuba and other corrupt countries. He stes himself against the 27 EU Member States and the majority of Latin American OAS members that which support the

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In memory of Kok Ksor

In memory of Kok Ksor

On 9 January, Kok Ksor, nonviolent leader of the indigenous people of the Central Highlands of Vietnam, known as Degar, or Monatgnards in French, passed away. He was 75 years old. He was also a tenacious and generous companion, a leading member of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty (NRPTT) as he sat in the General Council for many years.

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The Nonviolent Radical Party presents a Report on Prisons

The Nonviolent Radical Party presents a Report on Prisons

On December 20, the Report on Prisons edited by Rita Bernardini, coordinator of the PRNTT addressed to the Council of Europe for consideration was presented in a conference held at the headquarters of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty (NRPTT). Gian Domenico Caiazza, lawyer and president of the Union of Criminal Chambers of Italy joined the conference. Speakers included Sergio

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