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Archive del 12 dicembre 2009

Con la globalizzazione dell’economia l’acqua da bene comune sta diventando bene economico:una merce che si può’ monopolizzare e commerciare.

No alla privatizzazione dell'acqua

No alla privatizzazione dell'acqua

 L’ordine economico globale vuole la rimozione di tutti i vincoli e le norme legislative sull’uso dell’acqua e l’istituzione di un mercato di questo bene irrinunciabile.In questo post sono riportati i nove principi che stanno alla base della DEMOCRAZIA DELL’ACQUA

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