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Our employees weren’t in complete agreement with the Clean Up Parliament page published in the International Herald Tribune.

Some have said that they won’t allow themselves to be judged by a comedian.
Some have said that they respond only to their electors.
Some have said that this is a media humiliation device.
Some have said that in the end their offence wasn’t that serious.
Some have said that you mustn’t muddle up politics and justice.
Some have said that this is a mixture of moralism and justice-alism.
Others felt offended: this isn’t done!

All the journalists have only interviewed the parliamentarians with the least serious offences; they’ve forgotten the others!
And all the parliamentarians forgot to say that the initiative came from you and that it was you that put up the money.
But you, who are you, if not simply citizens?

Citizens who when they find employment have to have a clean sheet from the criminal records office and a résumé (CV) that demonstrates that you have the ability to do that job.

In the list of the 23 there are people who finished up in prison, persons who have been condemned for serious crimes, people who are not allowed to vote in elections until 2009, what other kind of job could you find with a résumé (CV) like that apart from that of parliamentarian?

The swindling electoral law (have you noticed that no-one talks about it any more, neither on the right, nor on the left?) will prevent us from choosing the candidate. The party will be able to put whoever they want in their list: those already convicted, those who couldn’t be convicted because of time lapses, those currently being investigated. This swindling law must not pass.

Instead a new law should be proposed, that shows at the side of the name of the employee candidate, their criminal record sheet.
The citizen will then be able to select the criminal they prefer.

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Three phrases should be among the most common in our daily usage. They are: Thank you, I am grateful and I appreciate.

Posted by: sizegenetics | December 14, 2005 01:59 AM


Three phrases should be among the most common in our daily usage. They are: Thank you, I am grateful and I appreciate.

Posted by: sizegenetics | December 14, 2005 01:58 AM


Dear Beppe,
Your doing great, but I'm afraid to say that you should put a stronger case here.
Those 23 cases by no means reflect the level of corruption between business and politics in Italy.
Indeed some of those charges are trivial. Although I'm not a lawyer, I can imagine that part of the sentencing refers to the eligibility for public offices and that they are in Parliament according to the current law.
Do we want a stricter law? Let's start a referendum on this issue, I'm with you. But shouting on a newspaper makes only that editor richer!

Posted by: Marco Mascioli | November 29, 2005 02:16 AM


Ehi, Beppe,
what happened this morning to the italian version of the blog? I was commenting quietly on the topic on the politicianss c.v. when, all of a sudden, everything disappeared and all today's interventions were cancelled. The last one left was (and is):

ho comprato la ricarica skype ho fatto 4 tele fonate in italia e ho consumato meta credito mi sa che costa di meno la telecom

Postato da: alessandro ribet il 27.11.05 13:28


I had made two long interventions and they just have disappeared. Along with the others.
Can you offer any explanation?

Posted by: giuseppe ricci | November 28, 2005 03:07 PM


If a crooner can become PM and govern the country then anyone can do anything, including Grillo - who can express his opinion on the professional qualifications our dear Leader and his band of Merry Men.

Posted by: Maureen Lister | November 28, 2005 03:03 PM


- Some have said that they won’t allow themselves to be judged by a comedian.

Il comico è più serio dei pagliacci!

Posted by: claire archibald | November 28, 2005 11:01 AM


Beppe you are a genius!! hold it on, keep on going like this!!

Posted by: paolo stirways | November 28, 2005 10:01 AM


Cleaning up parliment in any country is difficult as the corruption/issues/fundemental mistakes generally come from the very top.

I think it's good that the public are educated via media however, perhaps they can sanction some positive actions.

Posted by: Quit Smoking | November 28, 2005 06:38 AM


Hi Beppe, continue in this way! My website is with you.

Alessandro Di Maio, admin www.laspecula.com

Posted by: Alessandro Di Maio | November 28, 2005 02:14 AM


One of the best and very informative blogs on net. would like to visit again. keep it up

Posted by: Buntibubli chawla | November 27, 2005 09:37 PM


I wish we could have this kind of honest Blog in our country too!
Best regards
Kai

Posted by: Kai Lauren | November 27, 2005 04:05 PM


This shows to everybodies that they simply thinks about themselves but they forget its the people that pay them and give to them all the benefits like escort cars,air tickets,bodyguards and much more...the only things we can do is to simply ignore them...We dont have to vote nobody of them and nobody of their party!

Posted by: Luigi Perfetto | November 27, 2005 01:27 PM


You couldn't make this stuff up. If it was true and so serious, it would be funny!

Keep up the good work.

John

Posted by: John | November 27, 2005 12:14 PM


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