The ex-employee Giovanardi

firma Costituzione Italiana.jpg
photo: signing the Italian Constitution

The employee Giovanardi speaking on a radio programme on Radio24 announced his retirement from being an employee.
In fact he was in contradiction with the Italian Constitution which says:

Art. 1:
Italy is a democratic Republic based on work.
Sovereignty belongs to the people who exercise this in the forms and the limits of the Constitution.

Art. 67:
Every Member of Parliament represents the Nation and exercises their functions without restraints.

He declared:
”I am the employee of no-one unless it is of the people who elected me.”
In a democracy each person is answerable for their ideas to the electors who voted for that person.”

We can deduce that just those who voted for the ex-employee Giovanardi (but how does he know who they are if the vote is secret?) have to pay him his salary, and not all the citizens of Italy.

The employee Giovanardi is an extra-Constitutional employee.
He doesn’t respond to the Nation, but only to his electors.

I’ve got a strong suspicion that among these, there is also Cremonini, the one of the Gabanelli Report.

Read the related post.

Well then, let’s take advantage of this festive time to send the ex-employee Giovanardi a tin of Montana meat.

You know the address:
”ex-employee Giovanardi, Camera dei deputati, piazza di Monte Citorio, 00186 Roma.”

Posted by Beppe Grillo at 12:13 AM in | Comments (1)
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Grillo's blog is manna when you are IN Italy...when you are abroad it really keeps your spirits up....soooo funny and well-written. Great New Year's present - this one about Giovanardi.

Posted by: Maureen Lister | December 30, 2005 11:53 AM

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