The 12 points of the Law


The crisis needed a turning point. A strong position. Prodi has done what he had to do. He has been inflexible with his allies. He has put down 12 points that are black on white. He sang them clearly. The points are “not negotiable”.
For schools he asked for “A strong commitment for culture, schools, universities, research and innovation.”
For the South: Constant attention and concrete commitment in favour of the South, starting with security.”
For social security, “Reorganisation of the social security with great attention to financial compatibility and giving priority to low pensions and the young. With a commitment to finding a quota of the resources necessary by rationalization of costs by even unifying social security bodies.”
If Moses had carved out the Ten Commandments with the same clarity, the world would be beset by chaos. However the Secretaries of the Parties have accepted.
With such restrictive points they can stay calm. And manage their own business. On one point, Prodi wanted to be even more precise. Really picky. About communication. Actually 2 of the 12 points are about Sircana.
His spokesperson who “…. to give greater coherence to communication takes on the role of spokesperson of the Executive” and “ If there is any contrasting opinion, the President of the Council has the authority to express the position of the government”
From this you can deduce that Sircana has been speaking in a personal role, and if they were contrasting positions, he kept quiet. Thus all the time.
In the 12 points, worthy of fanfanirumoforlanidemita’s DC, Prodi has inserted 2 things that he will definitely do: Afghanistan (1st point) and the Turin-Lyons TAV (4th point). Be gracious, dear employee of the Council: I have left you a folder with gold lettering. It contained the Citizen Primaries. If you can, can you give it back to me.

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"The useless idiots"

Posted by: Franco Zannoner | February 25, 2007 05:08 PM

Hello there!
I am not really surprised and neither should be Italians, this is only another proof (Not really needed) to unequivocally that Italian Politics is done elsewhere not in the Parliament (The one you voted!).
Politicians that bargain their vote, for an unknown reward, you’ll find out later on the reward, for now the surviving of the Government is paramount.
Not even Mr. Machiavelli could have done better, although the moral is and will always be “The Joke is on you not them”.
You will get the bill at the end of the dinner, because the Credit is in your name not theirs.
Think before you vote (Obviously, whenever, They will give you a chance to speak your mind!).
The parody continue, while the mockery of Democracy hides behind Agip increased gasoline prize by 0.025 Euros (Approx. 250 Mil. Cost to the customers, You).
Company controlled by the Government that obviously is no longer.
The amount of time You have to work, to cover the tax burden just increased by 2 weeks and is creeping up toward July, just a little nudge and these Politicians will be salivating for your sacred August holiday.
Well don’t worry, be happy, Italy doesn’t work with common sense like the rest of the world, Italy will survive with people like Armani, Dolce&Gabbana, Versace and a whole lot of bimbos all over the place, Italy is Il Bel Paese after all or “Not”?

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | February 24, 2007 04:27 PM

How do you say in english "Madonna che merda che vi mangiate"? ...BERLUSCONI

Posted by: tonyblair@ | February 24, 2007 03:36 PM

I really don't know whether to cry or laugh out loud, the only thing Im sure of is that I feel sorry for all the honest people living in Italy.

The scam continue....

Posted by: Marco Ingrosso | February 24, 2007 01:37 PM

Oh God, what a pile of shit you're feasting on!!!

Posted by: Giuseppe Graceffa | February 24, 2007 12:14 PM

How do you say in english "Madonna che merda che vi mangiate"?

Posted by: Franco Zannoner | February 24, 2007 10:32 AM

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