Bersanetor against the doctors


Pierluigi Bersani, the Minister for Economic Development has written a letter to the Minister of Health, Livia Turco and the Minister of Justice, Clemente Mastella to ask them to investigate the Emilia Romagna Regional Federation of Doctors and Surgeons. On 10 September, the Federation asked the presidents of the provinces and the mayors in the Region not to go ahead and allow the construction of new heat-extracting incinerators.
The DS-dioxin Minister interrogates the Turco-Mastella pair to see if the statement “can be considered to be an inadmissible deviation from the institutional aims and anyway beyond the activity allowed by law, with the intention of adopting all the measures considered necessary, and not just disciplinary measures in relation to the people responsible.”
Perhaps Bersanetor wants to put the doctors in prison and the citizens in the cemetery after they have inspired the gaseous products of the incinerators.
Scores of doctors, 200 just in Forlì, raise the issue of a serious health problem and what does a Minister do? He denounces them to Mastella.
In Emilia Romagna there are already 9 incinerators and one was closed down by the magistrates after evidence was presented by the local doctors and inhabitants of the area. There are tens of scientific reports about the danger of incinerators. The doctors are simply doing their duty.
The solution to the problem of rubbish is recycling. The incinerators are useful to the parties, to the business numbers and for public jobs.
God makes them and then he puts them into pairs: Mastella intimidates the magistrates, Bersanetor the doctors.
I’m asking the doctors in the whole of Italy to come out and denounce the risks to health produced by incinerators.
I’m asking the mayors to promote recycling in their own towns. In Italy many already do that with success, and have 60/70% of the material recycled.
Read the communication of the Emilia Romagna regional Federation of Doctors and Surgeons.
Read the letter from the Minister Bersani to the Ministers Turco and Mastella.

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This is an extremely controversial situation!!

Posted by: ovarian cancer | December 14, 2007 10:15 PM

Well, at least we know that we can always count on our employees to "protect our interests" and have our health and well being at the top of their agendas.

There must be some serious economic, or other interests, revolving around these incinerators, if those who want them are prepared to go as far as Bersani did in trying to intimidate those who oppose them, and try to close them down for the obvious health hazards they pose.

The public good, does not seem to be too good for business.

Posted by: Stefano Manfreo | October 7, 2007 11:49 PM

12 October American-native - Day !

Posted by: Toro Seduto | October 7, 2007 09:28 PM

Please don't give up the fight !!! We need you !!!

Posted by: Fabio Turano | October 7, 2007 12:17 PM

About C-DAY!......cristoforo colombo day?
OCT.12 ?

Posted by: V.Annibale | October 7, 2007 12:15 AM

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