Ci sono persone così povere che l'unica cosa che hanno sono i soldi.

Santa Madre Teresa di Calcutta

martedì 24 aprile 2012

Translation of the post of April, 23

New parties or new policy?

Seems to have become a fad, not now, in the national political landscape: change the names of political parties to keep up with society because, by definition, is you (civil society) in step with the times, while the political parties were left behind (with respect to time). The wording of the sentence deliberately reflects the current state of confusion! But, I wonder: political parties are associations of men and women who come from civil society? Or are they of the clergy or religious? And how do these men, when they take on the role of politicians to remain behind the times that we live and when wear street clothes remain abreast (with time)?

These mutations, more or less genetic, investing all the major Italian parties, who once described themselves as popular. Personally I think the Italian people have now realized that you do not need to change the name of a party, when people who are in elected assemblies and guide him politically are the same for decades. Rather than changing the name of a party I would say it would be time to change the name of the people who represent a political force in order to bring in new ideas that also means parts of a greater guarantee of morality and especially within the party and the State.

The opportunity that presents itself to the government Monti in this sense it is truly unique: reform the process for election of the citizens in the different levels of representation in such a way as to ensure on the one hand a progressive and growing level of expertise in the management of the State and other greatly reduce the temptation to seek his own good, or that of the party and the Common Good. Let me explain: the coming of age, a citizen may be eligible municipalities in the first, for a maximum of two terms. Exhausted the first term, however, could apply to the provincial council or the regional, again for a maximum of two terms. Later, it might apply to the national parliament, first as a deputy, again for two terms. Having completed the first legislature could, if it wanted to, run for the Senate, for a maximum of two terms. Sold cursus honorum this, I think that the Italian Republic can not help but congratulate this Italian who has spent at least twenty years of his life to the Public Good, and maybe they can also reward with a decent pension. And then this person would have before them a new life to live and could, if it wanted, to build on the experience gained in the previous twenty years as a consultant, or high-level applications in the European Parliament, but there would be another story not concern us. With the Italian Republic the citizen paid to the policy would cease their agency relationship.

Someone has something to object to this approach? We're not saying that the politician in question should stop playing politics, which would be a strong limitation of individual freedom and also contrary to the Constitution. It's just saying that the form in which you can realize your politics, no longer passes through the elective office of the Italian Republic, which has already got more out of political citizen in his first twenty years of activity. I believe that with some "adjustment" regulation of political will to do so bringing especially young people who are now light years away from this world. In fact, without the involvement of young people, the country is destined increasingly to become a country with an eye towards your belly button, and no future in the hands of old pimps who want to look eternally young.

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