Turin City Council Meeting

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Citizens are waking up. They are beginning to realize that public affairs do not belong to the parties but to them. The Meeting at the Turin City Council, after many years, has seen some employers in the Sala Rossa with an undoubted benefit to their activity. The eye of the master fattens the horse and makes the city cabinet members bubbly. I’m publishing a report from the Turin meetup group.

”Dear Beppe,
The operation "Fiato sul collo" {Breathe down your neck} has officially started in Turin, with participation at the City Council meetings and those of the city zones (where the law says it is also possible to speak).
Comments of the employee councillors given to the local press:
- Agostino Ghiglia (AN) : [...] Having said that I detest Grillo’s qualunquismo, citizens are welcome to participate in the work of the city council. It is a way of exercising control.”.
- Mario Carossa (Lega): “A good way of combating absenteeism”
- Antonello Angeleri dell'Udc: "[...] Their presence made the meeting exciting. Everyone speaking, everyone making notes, making suggestions, “a bit like the first day of school” “some of the councillors performed well just because they knew they were being observed.”
- Monica Cerutti (Sd): "Their presence meant that the work was done in a more orderly way.”
The comment of the employee Mayor Chiamparino in La Stampa: “They are welcome. Since the death of the Arneodos [elderly couple who were always present in the Sala Rossa, - editor] there’s never been anyone. Of course, the suspicious thing is that after these demonstrations, there will be civic lists to follow. Once they are here, they have to respect the regulations and they cannot tell anyone to ‘F… Off’”
A simple comment from us: We always respect the regulations. And it is interesting to note that most of the politicians, including Chiamparino, are stating hypotheses always according to ends and interests (the creation of civic lists or parties) with citizens exercising their constitutional rights. Every aspect of a civic sense and a passion has been lost. That is inside the palatial buildings, not in the squares and streets as we have seen. Let’s keep on like that.” Filippo & the Turin Meetup


P.S. The quail is in the womb. I repeat: The quail is in the womb.

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Wow, it took so long in Italy to realize that these people have to be watched like a hawk? Here in America it's common practice, in fact every single councilman is held accountable for every penny, we make sure of that.
BEPPE GRILLO FOR PRESIDENT!

Posted by: nini arena | September 27, 2007 04:02 PM


Dal "DISCORSO DI TORINO". (anno 1935)
...TORINO CHE APPARTIENE AD UN POPOLO DI GUERRIERI E LAVORATORI, MI E' VENUTA INCONTRO E LA GRANDE SCHIETTEZZA D'UNA GRANDE ACCOGLIENZA, CHE HA SUPERATO TUTTE LE MIE ASPETTATIVE.
TORINO E' UNA CITTA' ROMANA, NON GIA' E SOLTANTO PERCHE' FU RICOSTRUITA DA GIULIO CESARE, MA E' ROMANA PER LA SUA TENACIA E PER IL VALORE CHE HA DIMOSTRATO DURANTE I SECOLI DELLA SUA STORIA....E' ROMANA PERCHE' HA DATO IL SANGUE PER IL RISORGIMENTO DELLA PATRIA!

Posted by: V.Annibale | September 27, 2007 01:59 AM


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