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 + ​PROPOSAL 2: Condemn and eradicate the apology of movements against Human Rights [Civil Rights] 
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 +We, the European Pirates, are against movements who don't respect Human Rights. We condemn any movement fueled by xenophobic, fascist or discriminatory ideas against any collective. 
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 +PROPOSAL 3: Ensure the possibility to all European citizens to vote and stand Europe-wide as candidates in all elections at any level (local, regional, national, European, etc.). [Civil Rights] 
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 +We, the European Pirates, aim to reduce the democratic deficit by granting all mobile Europeans the right to vote not only in local and European elections, but also in regional and national elections in the State where they live. 
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 + ​PROPOSAL 6: Public, free, secular and universal education [Civil Rights] 
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 +We, the European Pirates, want to ensure that every European citizen has a proper education, based on Human Rights, far from ideological and partisan fights, and aimed at ensuring critical thinking, tolerance, cooperation,​ culture and tools for a proper personal development. 
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 + ​PROPOSAL 9: Ban disproportionate and indiscriminate police'​s use of weapons in demonstrations and protests. Stop rubber bullets. [Civil Rights] 
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 +We, the European Pirates, are against police'​s use in riot control of “kinetic impact munitions” known to cause bone fractures, injuries to internal organs, or death. We demand an unified and progressive normative for riot control, to force police to use truly non-lethal weapons and other techniques, converging to the most advanced legislation among different member countries. 
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 +PROPOSAL 10: Ban indiscriminate personal identifications in public spaces [Civil Rights] 
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 +We, the European Pirates, are against the identification of citizens during demonstrations if they aren't commiting a crime. If anyone can be targeted in any demonstration or political development,​ manifesting your opinion becomes a danger. 
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 +PROPOSAL 11: Unify the police'​s normative towards a more progressive one [Civil Rights] 
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 +We, the European Pirates, want to improve police'​s normative to a common ground, based on the most progressive normative from different member countries and focused in proper identification and avoiding abuse of power. Abuse must be punished with demotion and dismissal from office and lost all benefits (except pension) and the permanent inability to hold any public office. 
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 +PROPOSAL 12: Ban immigration detention centers [Civil Rights] 
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 +The human rights of people who are in immigration detention are of particular concern to the European Pirates. Liberty is a fundamental human right, recognised in major human rights instruments to which Europe is a party, including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child. People who are held in detention are particularly vulnerable to violations of their human rights. 
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 +COMMENTS TO THE PPDE DRAFT: 
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 + D) Ensuring everyone'​s privacy - It is not only important that they should be at least suspected of preparing a crime, but it should be guaranteed that this decision is authorised by a judge. So we would like to add: 
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 +”… preparing a crime, and is allowed and supervised by the judiciary power.”  
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 + ​1.3.2:​ Security Research and Monitoring Software First paragraph might need some minor adjustment to fit our policies, the following paragraphs needs to be removed entirely. 
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 +1.3.3 European Data Protection Regulation With a High Level of Data Protection paragraph 1 & 2 are great, 3 is unfortunately also great, but have no support in our policies, so we cannot back it at this point. 4 & 5 is fine. 
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 +1.4 Refugee Policy Remove the call to dismantle Frontex. The rest is in accordance with our policies 
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 +1.5.5 Whistleblower Protection Law in Public Administration and in the Private Sector This is currently in line with a proposal at our GA that we believe will pass. So hopefully we will be able to support this. We will know in less than two weeks, so we can keep it for now while we wait for the outcome of the votes of our GA. 
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 +1.16 Traffic Policy & 1.17 Drugs and Addiction Policy remove it all. 
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