Italy is really a country on his own. With (almost) 100% of the young citizens without a job, it appears difficult to accept that Ines Fabbro is the new General Director of the Italian Institute of Metrology.
The organization, that was listed as organization not needed by past governments has recently increased the number of not needed employees and spiraled the subsidies requested to the Italian tax payers under the leadership of president Massimo Inguscio, who decided to offer Inhttps://inrim.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.phpes Fabbro, very well known for misuse of tax payers moneys to make happy the friends in the University of Siena and Bologna, with few court convictions no matter how the Italian judiciary system may be also corrupted, and in theory already retired from public administration having reached the age of pension since a while.
What Ines Fabbro – General Director of INRIM and Massimo Inguscio – President of INRIM have in common? Well, all of them come from Tuscany, all of them come from the former Italian Comunist Party, same of the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi that however has the only advantage to be much younger of the duo.
What Ines Fabbro and Massimo Inguscio should do for a better Italy is simple. Just resign and make at least their jobs available. Obviously not to be filled with another corrupted selection.
As these guys are now paid more by the Germans than the Italian tax payers (nothing is left to the Italians if not to cry), we look forward for the help of the Germans to save Italy from the bad administration.
Why the Germans should not help only the chosen ones
As possibly not too many abroad know, Italy has unemployment benefits only for those who had a job, something that is everything but common in the public administration, as these works as for life, and are obtained for political friendship (in the image from http://www.mentelocale.it/images/articoli/full/29371-1.jpgis is “Cetto la Qualunque”, the national raw model of public administrator) and not certainly after a rigorous selection based on merits or necessities
as pointed out by Lynch (Lynch, Julia (2004), Italy: A Christian Democratic Welfare State?, Paper prepared for the Workshop “Religion and the Western Welfare State”, 30 April -1 May 2004, Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Köln)
||occupational social programs are also elderly-oriented because their core constituency of labor market insiders is an ageing one”
In fact, the most generous benefits (CIG and mobilità) go to older workers,
||while among the 60 per cent of the unemployed in Italy who are under age 30, only 4 per cent receive unemployment insurance or assistance benefits
these data are now 11 years old, and the present situation is really dramatic for the young generations, as those under age of 30 are basically 100% unemployed
I do not see any reason why the Germans should pay for selected South European citizens, in the specific those with a fake job or those with a fake pension, and leave the others with nothing
And more than that, why the Germans do not ask to remove the many Cetto la Qualunque and the privileges of the few before offering a financial help?