… che la legge sia uguale per tutti.
From The Guardian:”[…] Berlusconi’s triumph will send a shiver of apprehension through Brussels, where memories are still fresh of the way his government let Italy’s public finances run out of control, threatening the stability of the euro. Romano Prodi, the former European commission president and Italy’s ex-prime minister who narrowly defeated Berlusconi two years ago,
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I read too much sci-fi to not be concerned about the recent claims I read about in the press. I found that “madness” boundaries are quite fuzzy, just have a look at the definition of Insanity on Wikipedia. Being a danger for himself and the people in general by flouting societal norms is quite vague,
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If you are going to cast your vote for the Italian government on the next weekend then you may want first take a look at this list.
If you are going to vote in the next electoral round, then you might be baffled by the choices that the Italian parties offer you. Valentino sent me to this link to find my position in the political panorama: Elezioni 2008. E tu dove sei?. It is a quick test on differentiating topics for the
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Sadly Italy doesn’t score as a full democracy (pdf). It is the only country in the OECD considered to have a “Flawed Democracy”.
I have always feel distrust in demonstrations, rallies and overly crowded shouting events. I always though that when you are just a number, an atom of a whole, is easy to manipulate your intentions. Maybe you demonstrate for peace and political leaders use the numbers to show how strong is their party. I mean you
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