Italian Slavery condemned by the UN

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The Maroni law or law number 30, should have been abolished straight away by this government. In the Unione’s manifesto, the Maroni law was cited 28 times to amend or abolish it. The Unione had a commitment with its voters to changing it radically. It has not kept these promises. Now even the international bodies are starting to ask us why we are transforming the Italians into Modern Slaves. The ILO, the United Nations Agency for Labour Rights has summoned Damiano. The Minister preferred not to be shot down and sent his Director General who blamed the previous government.
Professor Mauro Gallegati has sent me a letter on this topic.

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”With the pretext of flexibility to modernize the labour market, the law 30 has created a worrying situation of precariousness. For the official statistics, short term contracts have become almost the only way that young people can find a job but then it is rare that these become stable jobs, with a ratio of 1 to 25. The distortions in the labour market are increasing, especially in the South of the country where the reduction in the rate of employment has reached alarming levels.”
These are not the well known thoughts of the radical left or of the Fiom metal-mechanics, critical of the government protocol to keep most of the law 30, but they are the observations of the Committee of Experts of the International Labour Organisation, ILO, the United Nations Agency for Labour Rights.
It went unnoticed that our government, through minister Damiano, was summoned to a special hearing during the 96th International Conference on Work in June at Geneva, to discuss the situation in Italy and the effects of the law 30 that has caused not a few perplexities in the international community.
The ILO has a role of making regulations and checking that international regulations are applied, as well as supporting governments in seeking “decent work” against the deregulation of employment and the denial of public intervention in social welfare.
From the transcription of the Italian hearing what comes out clearly is the “incompatibility “ of the reforms of the Berlusconi government in relation to Convention 122 of the Labour Policies. The Convention, ratified by Italy in 1971, obliged member states to adopt the “programmes aimed at creating full employment that is productive and freely chosen” and in general “the raising of the quality of life, through the fight against unemployment and the guarantee of an appropriate wage.”
According to the Committee made up of 20 labour law specialists from all over the world, “the only aim pursued by the previous government was the liberalisation of the market according to a contract model that was always more based on the individual and without respect for territorial policies to develop industry and research, fundamental to ensure competitiveness in the innovative sectors, rather than trying to compete with the emerging economies on the cost of labour.”
The Committee called for the respect of Convention 122 with “a return to the centrality of the work relationship being regular employment as a typical work relationship” through discussions to the benefit of the workers, in terms of wage and living conditions, and not just for the companies.
At the ILO hearing, minister Damiano did not participate even though he had been formally summoned, but Lea Battistoni who is Director General of the labour Market at the Ministry. After having started off by saying that the new executive has been in post for too short a time to show the results of its policies, Battistoni reassured the Committee by explaining that the requests of the unions had been taken into consideration and that there was no reason to worry for the failure to respect international agreements by Italy: He said: “This discussion seems to belong to the past, to another government.”

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CUCKOLD MASTELLA (Mastella Cornuto)
The first son of italian minister of justice CLEMENTE MASTELLA, named Pellegrino Mastella, was betrayed by his wife Alessia Camilleri while she was spending her holidays in August 2007 on the boat of Mastella's friend Diego Della Valle, famous as patch-shoes seller. Alessia Camilleri, wife of Pellegrino Mastella, was fucked by the son of Diego Della Valle on his own boat when Pellegrino Mastella was still in the Ministry of Production in Rome where he works as useless and very salary-earner clerk.
Alessia Camilleri had moved off some days before with her parents-in-law, Clemente Mastella and his mature mistress Sandra Lonardo. All three sailed from Capri and went to Eolian Islands on the barge of the patch-shoes maker Diego Della Valle.
Some days later, Pellegrino Mastella also reached his tribe at Lipari. When he arrived there, he found his wife Alessia Camilleri totally naked on the boat with Della Valle's son and he understood that they had copulated without his knowledge while he was in Rome.
After this surprise, Pellegrino Mastella decided to divorce at once while his father, mafia's boss Don Clemente, tried to not let be known this horny story in the italian reportings.
So Don Clemente Mastella from Ceppaloni decided to block italian media about the knowledge of his cuckold son Pellegrino Mastella.
Clemente Mastella, as cuckold-himself, is now trying to block all web sites of the most clever italian people because they could let known through all the world this great cuckold misadventure of his son Pellegrino which - at now - is still nearly unknown in Italy.
At the moment Alessia Camilleri has leaved the house where she was living with the son of "fat" Clemente Mastella in Rome and she went to live with patch-shoes maker Della Valle's son in another northern italian city.
Now we all know why mafious hack Clemente Mastella is attempting to introduce a new bad law in Italy to limit peoples' freedom of expression.

Posted by: no mastella no no no / no mastella sciò sciò sciò | November 8, 2007 08:12 PM


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