The Court of Accounts supports V-day

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The Court of Accounts is in agreement with V-day and its proposal for a popular law for a Clean Parliament.

Here is translation of the whole article in Repubblica.it.
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COURT OF ACCOUNTS: OK BEPPE GRILLO, OUT WITH CORRUPT POLITICIANS
""Out, for ever, corrupt politicians: those who have a public position and are then convicted of ďmaladministrationĒ must not have the possibility to be a candidate again. It was a surprise when the Court of Accounts declared its agreement with the proposal that it defines, ďa bit strong, spectacularĒ, like that of Beppe Grillo who recently presented to the Court of Cassation a request for a popular law for a ďClean Parliament". The prosecutor responsible for accounting Claudio De Rose, when reflecting on the results achieved by the General Prosecutors office in anticipation of his period of rest, went even beyond that: "Whoever is convicted must be made to step down from the position they hold.Ē The ineligibility and the removal from office must be focused in particular on those who are tainted by corruption relating to tendering and fraud relating to the community, and this is a phenomenon that "doesnít look like lessening". On the same theme, the adjunct deputy prosecutor Mario Ristuccia: "In the country, there is a call for the correct use of public resources. If there is an administrator who uses them in a distorted way, an additional sanction of this type would be the guarantee that the nation needs."."



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Hello there,
I would recommend whoever has the power to initiate a Referendum to consider this one:
1) The State can be sued for malpractice!
2) Ministers can be sued for Incompetence!
3) Managers of State Run Enterprises can be sued, and the Majority Stake Holder as well!
By Law (Very appropriate I may add!) canít be sued, although especially in Italy where the National Champions are in fact Monopoly, control the Market and since the State is the Major Stock Holder they in fact do whatever pleases them.
Fact, Rail System (Treni Italia!), Electricity (ENEL!), Oil (ENI!), Aviation&Space&Shipbuilding ( Finmeccanica!) , Airline (ALITALIA!) Highway System (Autostrade administer the Freeway for the State under License!) Television (Rai financed by TV Tax!) while for the smaller Regional Enterprises Cities and Regions have the Controlling stakes (Examples: ASM Brescia, Aem Milano and on and on, estimates are approx. 200,000.00 Companies called Participated!).
It is a fact that these Company control and abuse Italian people in each aspect of their daily life, with impunity and in reality abusing the market for pure profits!
Gasoline in Italy is the most expensive, so itís electricity, freeways (Paid and built with your taxes!) Television (Is financed by taxes and still losing money!) Alitalia bankrupt (Lost 350 Mil in capitalization for the failed Sale!) someone should sued the Treasury for this fuck-up, and on and on.
Start a Referendum and make the Government responsible for Interfering and Manipulating the Free Market that this Idiot called Mr. Prodi was shouting from Brussels when he was there.
Sue these Idiots in a Court of Law and slap them silly with Punitive Damages they will remember for Generations.
As far as I can see, this is the only way to get rid of these scum bags, touch their wallet, like they pick on your every day!
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | July 21, 2007 12:23 PM


Hello there,
I am quite honestly baffled and incredulous at the same time (If itís ever possible?)
The major Institutional Figure in Italy are preoccupied and worried about the Republic Institutions (The President, Mr. Bertinotti, Mr. Casini several journalist about the Bi-polar System etc etc.?)
They clearly shout their concerns just in case the shit hits the fan, clearly to cover their own asses just in case, so that later on they can say ďI told you so!Ē.
The catch 22 is though, that they are the Institutions and rather than fix it them and make them work properly (Since they are powerless or donít have any incentive into make them work!) they just point the finger at the moon so nobody will pay attention at their own fingers in the cookies jar.
Someone, rather sooner than later (Because I am unsure how much more fuck-ups this Country can take!) will figure out that Institution all over the world are composed of Institutional Elected People with Rules, Regulations, and the Constitutional Mandate to make them work.
Wake up people, these Idiots donít succeed in their Institutional Mandate? Ask them to go away for good and donít come back in a new party or the next Election!
I have never seen a Country with so many Politicians, all threatening to quick and they never do it?
Nobody quits in Italy, regardless if they do their job properly?
Nobody is ever (Fucking) responsible for anything, sounds like the very old theory ďThe Devil Made Me Do It!Ē
Held these Idiots to their Responsibilities, from the Secular Senators (They will not be here when the voted Laws will be implemented, to the Ministers that do not administer anything, just fuck with the numbers and the next Government will have to sort out everything all over again?
To any Idiotic Italian Politicians, I have only one thing to say, Italy doesnít need your input, actually Italy is better off without your input, so go away and let Citizen live their live free from Incompetent Interfering just because some Party send you up there.
All of You are an insult to the Intelligence of common folks, although all of You carry Onorevole in front of your name (What an Indecency is that?).
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | July 20, 2007 04:43 PM


Any country would be so keen of taking over Italy, as any company would be of taking over Alitalia...

(...that is--not very keen at all!)

Posted by: Marco Prandi | July 19, 2007 09:15 PM


Giacomo
To the Vaffanculo Day I would add the "Pedate in Culo Day".
Any politician seen in the street would be exposed to the possibility of a good dose of "pedate in culo" (ass kicking) from the people he is supposed to serve.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | July 19, 2007 06:50 PM


Hello there,
I do have a suggestion to make to the Country of Italy and is the following:
After the latest blunders (Literally should be Fuck-ups!) I can all heartedly, please any EU Country, please invade Italy and the people will change the date of Liberation Day!
The 4 pillars of any Government:
1) Economic Policy (Itís a fucking disaster!)
2) Interior Policy (Aliens are flocking in, Italians are killed day in day out, freed 20.000 detainees with the result that people is scared in their own homes?)
3) Foreign Policy (Mr. Dalema goes to the Vuitton Cup, now he is fingering the USA and supporting Hamas?)
4) Public Administration (From Social Security to Health to the IRS, no Agency function Properly, cost a huge amount of money for the worst Services rendered?)

They canít even sell Alitalia (Not even Italians Entrepreneurs wants it?)
Please anybody invade this Country and put these Idiots in jail for Abuse of Power, while putting Italians out of their own miseries.
How low can Italy get?
Thank you

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | July 19, 2007 04:42 PM


Dear Mike Melley,

What does this have to do with this article of Beppe Grillo. It is not a comment to him.

This is not a page to make propaganda.

Fabiano from Luxembourg

Posted by: Fabiano TAVAN | July 18, 2007 08:19 AM


Have any of the commanders in iraq witnessed the tet offenssive, I don't think so. If they had they wouldn'T be comparing Iraq with with it. Sounds like another scare tactic. These people speak to the american people like were children. they keep the true facts hidden from us so they can obtain their objective, not neccesaraily ours. so they keep us guessing on whats going on in iraq, and afganistan. and by the way what happened to afganistan, no ones talking about it anymore. Could it be because theres no oil there, so the us of a abanded that country and its people to fend for themselvs, after we destroyed it and made millions of more enemys there for not living up to our promeses to rebuild and feed these people because of our greed. And its not the american peoples greed, its the big us corp. and wealthy in this country, don't know when enough is enough. These poor people live in tents in the desert scrouging for food every day and instead of helping them were either stealing the little they have or killing them. Its long overdo for the people in the us stand up to big business who make foreign policy in this country and have been for decades for their own self interest and greed. We the people need to take our country back from big business and the wealthy. and show the rest of the world that america is not the bad guy, a small minority of people have potrade us to be. But a loving, careing, and giving nation, thats lost its way because of a small group have taken this country hostage. and we can be that country we use to be if the people have their way.

Posted by: mike melley | July 18, 2007 05:03 AM


Have any of the commanders in iraq witnessed the tet offenssive, I don't think so. If they had they wouldn'T be comparing Iraq with with it. Sounds like another scare tactic. These people speak to the american people like were children. they keep the true facts hidden from us so they can obtain their objective, not neccesaraily ours. so they keep us guessing on whats going on in iraq, and afganistan. and by the way what happened to afganistan, no ones talking about it anymore. Could it be because theres no oil there, so the us of a abanded that country and its people to fend for themselvs, after we destroyed it and made millions of more enemys there for not living up to our promeses to rebuild and feed these people because of our greed. And its not the american peoples greed, its the big us corp. and wealthy in this country, don't know when enough is enough. These poor people live in tents in the desert scrouging for food every day and instead of helping them were either stealing the little they have or killing them. Its long overdo for the people in the us stand up to big business who make foreign policy in this country and have been for decades for their own self interest and greed. We the people need to take our country back from big business and the wealthy. and show the rest of the world that america is not the bad guy, a small minority of people have potrade us to be. But a loving, careing, and giving nation, thats lost its way because of a small group have taken this country hostage. and we can be that country we use to be if the people have their way.

Posted by: mike melley | July 18, 2007 05:01 AM


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