1. Abrogation of the Lateran Pacts and all laws related to them, which give profit to the State of the Vatican in the form of grants, loans, donations of any kind, however described, granted or paid by the state or other public entities, subject amendment of Article 7 of the Italian Constitution.
2. Adopting laws for last will and testament, for euthanasia and stem cells, free from religious and ethical limitations.
3. Adopting laws for conflict of interests for those who hold public office.
4. Abrogation of the words "based on marriage" in Art. 29 of the Italian Constitution: "The Republic recognizes family rights as a natural entity". instead of: "The Republic recognizes family rights as a natural entity based on marraige".
ETHICAL AND SOCIAL OBJECTIVES
5. Defense and full implementation of the law on the interruption of pregnancy (n.194/1978), with initiatives for the maternity protection and inclusion of educational programs in schools, which will allow for a conscious sexuality.
6. Diffusion of public nursery schools at the expense of the State, or local authorities.
7. Provision of a monthly allowance in favor of the custodial parent of minors in case of separation, if not economically self-sufficient, delegating the assessment to the judge who pronounced the separation.
8. Pronouncement of divorce after six months from the date of separation and unification of the related proceedings.
9. Strengthening economical housing projects.
10. Requalifying the social status of the elderly and the disabled and their inclusion in public utility projects. Creating structures of hospitality for elderly and disabled persons with high quality care, integrating the costs with the State. Creating a support network for disabled and elderly homes, or rather for people experiencing temporary difficulties.
11. Replacing the present scholastic daily 1 hour "religion" course with a daily 1 hour of "history of religions" course, for which teachers will be placed in public rankings and must have passed university exams in anthropology.
12. Abrogation of scholastic and university reforms enforced by Minister Mariastella Gelmini. Reaffirmation of the principle of University autonomy. Researchers call for scholastic competitions, which, for the winners may involve employment with contracts of indefinite duration, recognition of teacher's status and promoting the transition to the role of associate professors. Full implementation of the right to study, with expansion of disbursements on behalf of deserving students, and expansion of higher education services: meals, accommodation, study rooms, free transportation rates between the residence and the chosen university, Internet, WiFi, scholarships for the purchase of PCs.
13. Incentives for scientific researchers, university professors, doctors and other dignitaries to return to Italy agreeing to professional continuity.
14. Introduce the prohibition for medical doctors and pharmacists to completely object to performing (for example) abortions or selling preventative health care and contraceptive devices.
15. Abrogation of all forms of funding to private schools.
16. Tolerance policy towards the use and distribution of soft drugs. Extended use of opioids in medical protocols. Comprehensive reform of the legislation on the subject of drugs using the Dutch model.
17. Public awareness about benefits of cremation procedure. Create incinerators for each provincial cemetery. National regulation of tariffs for cremation. Establish memorial halls in every cemetery area for non-believers.
18. Revision of the criteria for Mining grants; abrogation of the law on privatization of water.
19. Abrogation of the crime of "insult to religion by insult" (Article 403 of the Penal Code).
20. Revision of the Code of Civil ProcedureS.
21. Eradicate the participation of private banks to the redistribution of profits and assets partaining to the Bank of Italy. Request the European Bank for the redistribution of profits resulting from the transfer of monetary seigniorage right.
22. Introduction of a tax on real estate assets owned by citizens or foreign States, excluding diplomatic headquarters and embassies.
23. Abrogation of the law that has modified the consequences of false accounting.
24. Innovation of industrial complexes with de-taxation of investments in technology and training.
25. Revision of the criteria for inclusion of drugs in pharmaceutical formularies. Exclusion of Ritalin Methylphenidate from the formulary. Rationalization of pharmaceutical expenditure.
26. Incentives for agriculture and the reduction if not elimination of agro-food, industrial food-chains.
27. Abrogation of Article 30 (Biagi) of the Italian Constitution to end the insecurity which stifles job training and hinders any proposed development.
28. Strengthening Labor inspectors.
29. Incentivizing the internal mobility in the Public Administration.
30. Strengthening social nets and extensions for unemployment checks to all categories of workers, with its delivery within 30 days of unemployment requests, also making it manditory for the recipient to accept any new occupation proposed by the State.
31. Manditory consultation and planning with all Trade Unions for the definition of all employment contracts, until eventual European Employment Contracts are applied.
32. Control over the destination of business funds provided by the State, in order to verify whether or not their use safeguards jobs.
33. Stabilization of European average salaries for civil servants, including teachers, law enforcement and firefighters.
34. Determine a limit for the salary of public managers.
35. Appoint General Directors for ASL (Azienda Sanitaria Locale - Local Health Department) and RAI (Radiotelevisione Italiana) with public competition for qualification.
36. Adoption of a unified professional ethics code for the police force and the creation of a Joint Disciplinary Committee which can verify and apply sanctions if not applicable.
37. Gradual replacement of non-sustainable energy sources with alternative ones, except nuclear. Decommissioning of obsolete nuclear power plants.
38. Assimilation of Italian legislation to German legislation for solar energy management.
39. Implementation of the model adopted by the City of Peccioli (Pisa) for the disposal of waste.
40. Implementation of a public works program that renders the reconstruction of the national rail network a priority, both the main routes and secondary routes. Adjust of the needs of the railway network and transnational connections. Strengthen rail freight transport and decrease road transportation.
41. Elimination of property tax for motor vehicles and abolition of highway tolls.
42. Reorganization and expansion of the Internet (broadband and WiFi free). Obligation of telephone charges only, not to exceed €30.00, which includes unlimited data for fixed, mobile and broadband.
43. Removal of unnecessary telephone fees.
44. Reform of RAI (Radiotelevisione Italiana) to the the Anglo-Saxon model (BBC network).
45. Cancellation of RAI (Radiotelevisione Italiana) fees and the liberalization of advertising concessions.
46. Cancellation of the "Order of Journalists".
47. Acquisition for the State of assets confiscated from the mafia and other criminal organizations.
48. Repeal of the law "8x1000" which destinates billions of citizen's tax money in favor of religious organizations. Destinate the money received from the law “8x1000” to scientific research. Allocation of the law "5x1000" to associations (accredited or non-accredited), foundations or other, provided they have registered offices in the Italian State.
49. Revision of criteria for ineligibility and incompatibility for elected positions. Prohibit elections to those who have been convicted of particularly serious crimes. Introduction of the limit to only two parliamentarian mandates.
50. Modify the electoral law with the objective to eliminate it and block it at 4%, and the finally to reintroduce the system of nominal preference.
51. Repeal the automatism in the determination of the advancement of parliamentary salary. Transparency and public display of expenses incurred by parliamentarians and representatives of the Government. Introduction of a cost cap.
52. Examination of priority parliament work and the laws of popular initiatives.
53. Revision of Articles 114, 118, 119, 132, 133 of the Constitution aimed to suppress Provinces.
54. Reaffirmation for the Judiciary Department to use instruments of environmental interception, telephone and computer technology, without restrictions.
55. Reaffirmation of the Judiciary Department's principle of unity with the maintenance of segregation of duties on a permanent basis.
56. Strengthening prosecutors at risk and call for competitions.
57. Adoption of criteria of acceptance and integration as suggested to the European Community with the Guidelines of 2003. Revision of the agreements with countries of origin for a better control of the flow of migration. Repeal of the agreements with Libya in 2009.
58. Allocation of funds aimed at the development of countries of origin of immigrants.
59. Overcome the concept of multiculturalism and multi-confessionalism, and achieve a process of cultural evolution.
60. Repeal of the so-called Bossi-Fini law, and full implementation of the Turkish-Napolitano law.
61. Repeal of the rule establishing the so-called "Ronde" (a type of civil surveillance patrols).
62. Elaboration of a criminal provision that attenuate the application of cultural, ethnic and religious mitigations.
63. Imposition of a proportional fiscal taxation.
64. Putting in operation prison facilities already built and never completed. Reorganization of existing prison facilities, adoption of rehabilitation initiatives through work and study, in view of reintegration into society. Introduce investigative procedures related to the state of human rights violations within Italian prisons.
65. Repeal military secrecy on the census and mapping of foreign military bases and those on Italian territory, making information available on the Government's website after being reviewed as per international treaties already undersigned.
66. Immediate withdrawal of Italian troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. Create the opportunity for the Italian State to use military force only in case of disasters and natural calamities