Three new entries in Clean Up Parliament

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Three new entries in Clean Up Parliament. I know. I know. I’ve cottoned on late. A few of you have already given me the information. But it’s difficult to stay on top of all this coming and going of convicts in Parliament. Now we’ve arrived at twenty. The judicial route to politics. That’s what we’ve got to. To delinquents who make laws after having violated them. Well then, I’m saying this softly softly to these twenty people: GETOUTOFOURHAIR!

If they want to make a new life for themselves, let them do it with discretion, far away from the media. No one will say anything to them. There are so many other activities other than representing the citizens. Listen to D’Elia in the evening News programme “redeemed and in Parliament”. This isn’t democracy. It’s being taken for a ride. And the same is true for the other 19. The crimes are not all the same. But anyone who has been convicted should have the honesty to do something else, to go somewhere else. Not to sit in Parliament and make the citizens give them a living. To end up, here are the new convicts:

- Borghezio Mario (euro parliamentarian Lega Nord): convicted of setting fire with aggravating circumstances as an act of discrimination for having set fire to mattresses of some immigrants from outside Europe who were sleeping under a bridge in Turin. He was sentenced to 2 months and 20 days in prison but this was changed to a fine of 3,040 Euro.

- De Angelis Marcello (senator AN): convicted and sentenced to 5 years in prison for being in an armed band and for subversive association as an important member of the neofascist group, Terza Posizione.

- D'Elia Sergio (member of the Lower House, Rosa nel Pugno): convicted and sentenced to 25 years for being in an armed band and for collaborating in homicide. He was a leader of Prima Linea and participated in the planning of the assault on the Florentine prison delle Murate. On 20 January 1978, it was attacked and one of the prison officers, Fausto Dionisi, was killed. As soon as he was elected as a member of the Lower House, he was nominated by the Unione as Secretary of the Lower House.

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I agree about the idea of excluding the people sentenced guilty for offenses against the State, such as mafia association, corruption, armed band.

What I find not wealthy for the basics of a population is the idea to ban people from the public life for offenses based on ideological principles.

Although I consider him a jurk and I don't share his political views (specially cause I'm Sicilian), I would never want to exclude Mario Borghezio from the parliament (whatever it is) for being sentenced guilty after an act led by his ideological believes, no matter how radical or not shared.

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Posted by: Vincenzo Iorio | November 22, 2006 11:25 AM


Beppe you are right, I agree with you. If we support this italian natonal team, we support the Moggi system. I am disgusted with Lippi, Buffon, Cannavaro e Del Piero. The coach was 'sacked' from juve only to wait to be called to lead the national team. Buffon gets so much money that he can bet a million dollar a game. Cannavaro has the cheek to defend his mates and Del Piero knows nothing about all the scandals which have surrounded him and juve for decades. Unbelievable!
I hope they will lose and can back home otherwise it will be difficult to clean up italian football.

Posted by: martino de marco | June 12, 2006 01:50 AM


This is just for claiming my 15 minutes of celebrity by stating that I have used the gif in this post on my blog to talk about Mr. moggi and I wrote a post about Mr. lippi junior before beppe. Have you noticed that you cannot leave a post on the Italian version if you connect from abroad? Any advise will be appreciated.

Posted by: emmanuele angione | June 11, 2006 11:37 PM


This is just for claiming my 15 minutes of celebrity by stating that I have used the gif in this post on my blog to talk about Mr. moggi and I wrote a post about Mr. lippi junior before beppe. Have you noticed that you cannot leave a post on the Italian version if you connect from abroad? Any advise will be appreciated.

Posted by: emmanuele angione | June 11, 2006 11:36 PM


Dear Beppe, in order to contribute to your list I would like to flag up that Francesco Rutelli (newly appointed minister) and his assessors in charge in the council of Rome between 1994-96 have been condemned to pay back 1 million Euros to the council. This was decided by the judges after a trial concerning concultancies paid by the mayor to external "experts" which was judged to be illegal (CORTE DI CASSAZIONE Sezioni Unite Civili, 25 gennaio 2006, Sentenza n. 1379 (Presidente V. Carbone, Relatore M. Marrone - Ric. Rutelli ed altri). The court sentence can be viewed on this link http://www.ambientediritto.it/sentenze/2006/Cassazione/Cassazione%202006%20n.1379.HTM. Would you consider him a good candidate for your list? Kind Regards, Michele

Posted by: Michele Intorcia | June 11, 2006 08:50 PM


Ok, Beppe, it's right, but... I think that is different if the crimes have been committed BEFORE or DURING the parliamentary mandate. The parliamenterian who have committed a crime in the execution of their duties are very worse than the other ones, because they was betraying the elector's trust.

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | June 11, 2006 02:30 PM


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