European Elections: Free Software Associations launch the “Free Software Pack”

April, a pioneer of free software in France and Belgium, along with Assoli, the long-live Italian association devoted to the promotion of free software, are launching a joint campaign aimed at the European Parliament elections.

The first Italian campaign in ten days hired 101 Italian candidates, 14 have been actually elected. Agrigento is one of them, and I didn’t hear back from them since then.

Richard Stallman declared

Big dangers threaten the freedoms of free software in Europe: software patents, DRM, bundled sales, treacherous computing… I call on all European citizens who value free software to join this campaign, contact their candidates and have them sign the Free Software Pact.

For more information visit free software pactk website.