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Alex D.
21-04-2008, 20:56
http://www.sasakifujika.net/otherimg/economist_new_silvio.jpg

chemako
21-04-2008, 20:59
tecnico hai sbagliato sezione, c' la sezione "sanitari e monnezza" apposta

rebelia
21-04-2008, 21:21
Originariamente inviato da chemako
tecnico hai sbagliato sezione, c' la sezione "sanitari e monnezza" apposta

:D

catrin
21-04-2008, 21:26
Originariamente inviato da chemako
tecnico hai sbagliato sezione, c' la sezione "sanitari e monnezza" apposta :D

geppo80
21-04-2008, 21:28
Originariamente inviato da chemako
tecnico hai sbagliato sezione, c' la sezione "sanitari e monnezza" apposta

nella sezione forum.napoli.html.it?

DragonFire
21-04-2008, 21:32
Originariamente inviato da chemako
tecnico hai sbagliato sezione, c' la sezione "sanitari e monnezza" apposta :smack:

dwarf78
21-04-2008, 21:34
Originariamente inviato da Alex D.
[IMG]http://www.sasakifujika.net/otherimg/economist_new_silvio.jpg

la posizione dell'economist e' nota oltreche' condivisibile


It was Mr Berlusconi's conflicts of interest and his tangled web of judicial proceedings that first led The Economist to judge him unfit to be prime minister (see article). We stick to that view. When he suggests that magistrates should be subject to mental-health checks, or when one of his close associates, a senator who is appealing against conviction for associating with the Mafia, says a convicted mob killer was a hero, there are good reasons to argue that Mr Berlusconi should not lead his country.

... ma tira le orecchie alla sinistra eh?!

Why did Italian voters return Mr Berlusconi for a third time, after his previous wins in 1994 and 2001? There are three answers. The most important was disappointment with the bickering centre-left government of Romano Prodi. It may have repaired Italy's unruly public finances, but only by the unpopular means of raising and collecting more taxes. It did little by way of broader reforms

. It is to the centre-left's eternal discredit that in its two recent periods in office it did nothing to deal with Mr Berlusconi's conflicts of interest in the media. Nor did it reverse the mish-mash of judicial and procedural laws that Mr Berlusconi pushed through to help him stave off conviction in the myriad court[
cases that Italy's magistrates have brought against him.

Indeed, economic woes provide the third explanation why disillusioned voters preferred him to the centre-left. They felt that Mr Prodi's government had done nothing for them except to increase their tax bills. And, against all previous experience of Mr Berlusconi's tawdry governments, many people still want to believe in the magic that made him Italy's richest man. They hope that some of it may rub off on them, making all Italians richer.

rebelia
21-04-2008, 21:37
Originariamente inviato da dwarf78
la posizione dell'economist e' nota oltreche' condivisibile

... ma tira le orecchie alla sinistra eh?!

come biasimarlo!? :dh:

DragonFire
21-04-2008, 21:38
l'economist non ha "posizione"... un giornale libero.. cosa che qui in italia non si sa nemmeno cosa significhi

rebelia
21-04-2008, 21:39
Originariamente inviato da DragonFire
l'economist non ha "posizione"... un giornale libero.. cosa che qui in italia non si sa nemmeno cosa significhi

la posizione dell'economist rispetto a berlusconi :fagiano:

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