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Saturday, May 02, 2009

When there is no justice, freedom is for nothing

"Freedom House, the organisation founded by Eleanor Roosevelt, has classified Italy as being semi-free as regards information. The only one amongst all the western European Countries. Below us on the list are North Korea, Turkmenistan, Burma, Libya and Eritrea."

They are wrong: in Italy we have freedom of speech.
Much more than in any other country of this world.
We have freedom of speech, freedom to complain, freedom of demonstration.
But we have also something much worse: our complaints have no "follow up".
We have a Justice system that talks about laws and never applies them.
When a citizen is deprived of the freedom to have justice, what matters if he has freedom to complain?
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