the Parliament approves Law 205/1993, known as the Mancino Law, which punishes by imprisonment (from 6 months to 4 years) anyone who commits violent acts on racial, ethnic, national or religious grounds, imposing harsh sanctions for the propaganda of ideas based on superiority or racial hatred as well as inciting discrimination. The law condemns, in particular, gestures, actions and slogans linked to the fascist ideology and prohibits any organization, association, movement or group whose aims include inciting discrimination or violence. Among the first effects of the law, the dissolution of the Western Political Movement, a far-right organization founded in 1984 by Maurizio Boccacci. In 2014 the “Lega” proposes a referendum to repeal the law stating it’s a liberticidal law.