Minister Giorgia Meloni taking credit for someone else’s work, the answers from former ThyssenKrupp worker Antonio Boccuzzi, the problem with...
Minister Giorgia Meloni taking credit for someone else’s work, the answers from former ThyssenKrupp worker Antonio Boccuzzi, the problem with Made in Italy and the case of Faith Aiworo
The week of Giornalettismo started with an easy target: criticizing Antonio Socci is always a bit like stealing candy from a baby, but sometimes you just can’t ignore it. For example, when he writes a whole article for Libero, stating that President Giorgio Napolitano should not give moral lessons to anyone, since he has always been a stalinist communist. Giorgio Napolitano, a dangerous stalinist?
Minister Giorgia Meloni published a brochure with all this government’s achievements in the field of “youth politics”. Unsurprisingly, all that glitters is not gold: many of the mentioned measures affect young people only as a side effect, others are not exactly great successes, others have little to do with Meloni‘s activity and some date back to the government of Romano Prodi.
Deputy Antonio Boccuzzi, former worker at ThyssenKrupp, answers on Giornalettismo to critics from Panorama. He explains that he was constantly looking after workers’ problems, and he talks about Fiat, trade unions and the current government.
Donato De Sena explains Berlusconi‘s strategy: the only way to avoid a slow attrition of the government majority by Fini‘s group is to “throw out the inconvenient ally that won’t go away”. Going to the polls fast, then, so that the opposition couldn’t find the time to reorganize itself (if they actually can, of course). Gianfranco Fini‘s group is obviously trying to slow things down. As for Berlusconi‘s attempt at forcing Fini‘s resignment, Tommaso Caldarelli shows why it is plain senseless.
Is China really the main responsible for the troubles of Made in Italy export? Carlo Cipiciani‘s analysis shows that’s not the case: “more than losing market shares on key products, we can’t grab the growth opportunities that we come across”. Decreasing competitivity and poor internationalization are our worst problems.
Teresa Scherillo tells us that Sakineh‘s is not the only case in which a woman is unrightly condemned: Faith Aiworo, escaped from Nigeria in 2006 “after the accidental killing of her boss who tried to rape her”, arrived in Italy and could not obtain asylum. Expelled on July 20th, she is going to be hanged.
Giuseppe Rotelli is still unaccepted in the Rizzoli – Corriere della Sera Consob group. The entrance of the entrepreneur, king of Lombardy‘s health system and owner of 10% of Rcs, was proposed by Salvatore Ligresti and Cesare Geronzi, and opposed by the rest. But for how long?