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democracy and equality

Democracy and equality are the fundamental pillars for civil coexistence: the "United States of the World" promotes mutual respect and the sharing of different identities, cultures and civilizations ...

Since the International Conference held in Naples in 1995, the basis of democracy and equality has been respect for an international law that recognises the inviolability of the human person and his freedom by repudiating all forms of violence and physical and psychological torture; these values have been enshrined in the "Constitution of the United States of the World" together with the protection of full freedom of movement and expression, with appropriate legislation to ensure the orderly and peaceful relationship between peoples and the participation of inhabitants in wealth creation, environmental protection and plural development: political, religious, cultural, scientific, social.
The actions carried out in collaboration with the autonomous sections were many: those carried out in countries where these rights are constantly violated are particularly significant.