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04.11.2010
Massimiliano Lacota

EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS 60 YEARS

STATEMENT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF EUROPEAN UNION OF EXILED AND EXPELLED PEOPLE AT THE 60th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ADOPTION OF EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS (4TH NOVEMBER 2010)

On the occasion of November 4th, anniversary of the adoption of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, the Secretary-General of the European Union of Exiled and Expelled People sent to the Heads of State and Government of EU member states and to representatives of the higher institutions in Europe, the following message:

«On this day it is rightly celebrated the 60th anniversary of adoption of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The declaration was representing an essential document for Europe of that time, that was moving, laboriously, on the ruins and on the wounds of the War its first steps through a long process of pacification and reunification among defeated and victorious nations of the continent, surely receipting the principles of the Declaration of the United Nations of 1948, but introducing an international jurisdictional control body, supranational and extraordinary, that is the European Court of Human Rights.

Today, when, after the enlargement of Europe that determined the resume of the all level relationship with those countries then confined in a constricted and unjust space marked by the deceased Iron Curtain, the European Union itself is joining the European Convention, that document is expressing a more than ever substantial significance.

The European Union of Exiled and Expelled People is looking with attention and positivity for this result that, once reached, will collocate the European Union on the same level of its members for what concerning the safeguard system of the fundamental rights, granting also the citizens to appeal the European Court of Human Rights in case of concerned violations by EU itself.

The system of justice in Europe has not been yet able to solve doubts and perplexities everywhere spread in the continent on the capacity of the European institutions to gain the full achievement of justice and its effective application in respect of the principles stated by the Convention: it has to be necessarily considered that to any fundamental right, it must correspond a fundamental duty by the European institutions.

In fact, all the efforts for the achievement of great results in development of international relationship, for interdependence of interests of populations, in the accession of other states to liberty and independence, for monitoring not evaluable catastrophes’ dangers in eventuality of new armed conflicts, may be successful only when prevailing the concept of guarantee of justice, as the highest value in human life, as absolute interest at first grade, as fundamental component for the circulation of thought, culture and economy and for sharing a real human ecology.

The exiled and expelled people in Europe – European citizens still absurdly discriminated and wrong victims of opposite nationalisms and of the vengeances that drenched in blood the twentieth century’s Europe – do know that without justice there is no mutual trust, without trust there is any real and long lasting peace and, therefore, any believable civil progress.

Europe then, celebrating the anniversary of the Convention subscribed 60 years ago in Rome, shell renovate in deep responsibility the primary engagement to assure all its citizens a true and effective system in which all the human rights could integrally be acknowledged and respected».

The Secretary-General
Massimiliano Lacota





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