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Italy’s President in denial of the rights of indigenous peoples

The Hon. Giorgio Napolitano, President of Italy, has no intention of give away a centimetre on the issue of secession.

The message to the Northern League (Lega Nord) is one of those that does not allow a reply: “As part of the (Italian) Constitution and laws, there is no room for a democratic path to secession”.

Speaking at the Law School of the University of Naples, the President stressed that “there is no Padanian People”. You can read the words for yourself in large characters in the first page of the newspaper La Stampa — “Non c’è un popolo padano”:

http://mpr.io/non-esiste-padania.pdf

The Hon. Roberto Calderoli, Minister of Legislative Simplification, responded this way to the rights-denying President: “Peoples are not just those who already have a State with defined borders, but there are many other (Peoples) who are pushing for their rights to be recognised”.

In the newspaper of the Northern League La Padania, you can read his basic answer to the rights of indigenous peoples-denying President as “I exist, and I am Padanian”, or “Io Esisto e Sono Padano”:

http://mpr.io/io-esisto-e-sono-padano.pdf

By the way, this President is also the same person who essentially denies the legal validity of the Ummoagian “Declaration in lieu of Certification of Citizenship“, which was sent to him via Express Mail International in December 2010, and which is valid under Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Montevideo Convention (Article 3), Italian law (Decree of the President of the Republic of 28 December 2000, No. 445, or D.P.R. n. 445/2000), and UMMOA law (Statutory and Common law evidence of citizenship).

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MPR creates 3 new entities

The Micronational Professional Registry (MPR) created three new legal entities today:

The Department of Diplomatic Affairs is as sophisticated as any micronation’s similar ministry, and yet the MPR is not even a governmental organisation! In addition to that, the Department of History and of Vital Statistics have practically no equivalent in most micronations.

The three new legal entities, like the MPR itself, have been incorporated in Cyberterra, the capital of the UMMOA. Cyberterra also incorporates the Cesidian Church, Saint René Descartes University and its law and health schools, but it also incorporates an intermicronational organisation, the Single Union. For information about incorporating organisations in Cyberterra, contact the city at the URL below:

http://cyberterra.net/contact.html

You can also incorporate real buildings in the UMMOA through the Fifth World Community. For information about incorporating real buildings or districts in the Fifth World Community, contact the diaxenospitia at the URL below:

http://5wc.org/contact.html

 

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