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Amnesty International
Moratorium 2000

 

We collected a large number of signatures from important persons in the political world, the academic world, show business, and religious and lay organizations.

 

MOVEMENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Amnesty International –Secretary-General Pierre Sané

Australian Catholic Social Justice Council

Canadian Coalition Against Death Penalty

Catholics Against Capital Punishment

Delaware Citizens Opposed to the Death Penalty 

FIACAT (Fédération Internationale Action des Chrétiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture)

Focolare Movement – Founder : Chiara Lubich

Human Rights Council of Australia Inc

Journey of Hope

Justitia et Pax

Missio (Germany)

Murders Victims for Reconciliation

Ombudsman

Texas Coalition against the Death Penalty

The Bannister Foundation

and other organizations and associations around the World

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

More than 100 Cardinals, Bishops and Archbishops

More than 100 Superiors of male and female religious congregations

CHURCHES OF OTHER CHRISTIAN DENOMINATIONS

Frances M. Alguire, President of the World Methodist Council

His Grace George Leonard Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury Primate of the Anglican Communion

World Methodist Council

Anglican Church

Finnish Ecumenical Council

Swedish Lutheran Church

Episcopal Church (U.S.A.)

His Em Michael STAIKOS Metropolit of the Orthdox Church (Ecumenical Patriarchate) and Bishop of Vienna

H.E. Yoanna Ibrahim Mar Gregorios, Metropolitan of the Syrian Orthodox Church in Aleppo

S.E. Gabriel Saliby, Archbishop, Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antiochia, France

NON CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS

The Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso

Abdurrahman Wahid, President of Nadhlatul Ulama, Indonesia

Anas Schakfeh, President of the Islamic Community in Austria

Association of Shinto Shrines, Japan

Centre of the Mission Tenrikyô

Italian Buddhist Institute Soka Gakkai

Korean Buddhist Chogye Order and its President (South Korea)

Oomoto, Japanese Buddhist association

René Samuel Sirat, Conference of European Rabbis, France

Union of Italian Jewish Communities

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT OFFICE HOLDERS

More than 50 Presidents and Ministers currently in office in Italy and abroad

More than 600 members of various parliaments from Europe, Japan and New Zealand

300 mayors of European cities  (including Roma, Barcelona, Dublin, Antwerpen, Lille, Napoli, Palermo, Firenze, Venezia, Rotterdam, L’Aja, etc.) and presidents of other political entities from Yugoslavia, Austria, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, Japan and U.S.A.

60 judges in European countries

FROM THE ACADEMIC AND JOURNALISTIC WORLD

100 persons from the academic world  80 Italian writers (Fernando Savater, Isabel Allende, Luìs Sepulveda, Umberto Eco, Dacia Maraini, Antonio Tabucchi) and journalists and several Nobel Prize recipients including prof. Renato Dulbecco, prof. Carlo Rubbia and Betty Williams, Elie Wiesel, George Vithoulkas, Dario Fo, Günther Grass

FROM THE ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS WORLD

More than 200 singers, actors, directors athletes including: Roberto Benigni, Emir Kusturica, Salvatore Accardo, Gianni Morandi, Gigi Proietti, Pedro Almodóvar, Alberto Sordi, Gillo Pontecorvo, Roberto Baggio, Giuseppe Tornatore, Goran Bregovich, Liliana Cavani, Paola Gassman, Youssoun N’Dour, Sting, Angela Groothuizen, Inti Illimani, reagge group "Los Pericos",