Application to the President of the Republic for the immediate deposit of the Ratification of the Oviedo Convention (Informed consent)
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They can also sign residents without citizenship, as it is of international human rights.
We citizens and residents (at the moment 6078 ),
- aware that human rights are inalienable and constitute the foundation of the legitimacy of the State and that they are protected by Article 2 of the Italian Constitution;
- given that the Italian has signed the membership of the Council of Europe for the Protection of Human Rights and a number of his treatises;
- Considering that the Italian State in particular 4 April 1997 signed the â € œConvention of the Council of Europe for the protection of human rights and the dignity of the human being with regard to the application of biology and medicineâ € ?? also known as the Oviedo Convention, in simply as "the Convention";
- given that the Convention in accordance with Article 33 It came into force in international law December 1 1999, and having it signed Italy must also respect it for the article 10 the Constitution;
- considered that article 18 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties "A State is obliged to refrain from acts likely to deprive a treaty of its object and purpose he has signed the treaty";
- since the Italian Parliament with the law 28 March 2001 145 gave "full and entire execution [..] the Convention and the Protocol [on the prohibition of cloning human beings] [ ..] from the date of their entry into force, in accordance with the provisions, respectively, from the article 33 the Convention " (art.2);
- considered that article 5 of the Oviedo Convention states that "An intervention in the health field may only be carried out after the person concerned has given free and informed consent." and that such consent can always be withdrawn;
- considering that according to Article 2 of the Oviedo Convention â € œThe interest and the good of the human being must prevail over the sole interest of society or science.â € ?? and therefore compulsory vaccinations and treatments refused by the interested party at the end of life are illegal;
- Whereas made mandatory vaccinations violate the right to informed consent and today in many cases experiments on children because they are not tested in violation of article 17 of the Oviedo Convention;
- It considered that Parliament has delegated the President of the Republic to ratify the Oviedo Convention with article 1 of the 145 2001 and that according to the article 33 of the Convention "The instruments of ratification, of acceptance or approval are deposited with the Secretary General of the Council of Europe.â € ?? for which the deposit of the ratification is due and cannot be postponed;
- given that the lack of deposit of ratification with the Secretary of the Council of Europe as provided by Article 1 of Law 145 2001 by successive Presidents of the Republic 2001 reality modifies the form of government in a manner not permitted under the Constitution and contrary to human rights;
All this considered, require the signatories to the President pro tempore of the immediate ratification of the filing of the Oviedo Convention at the Council of Europe and the same urge to intervene with the Government in order to immediately issue a decree law for the full implementation and enforcement of 145 of law 2001.
The signatories of this instance, and those subsequently been added,, as it relates to delegate to represent them unitarily the first signatory, Loris Palmerini born in Padua 29 luglio 1968.
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