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Employment, Pagano (Radicals/ERA): “Wanted: Precarious Employees for Italy’s Worst.”

“Italy’s worst is insulting our country’s precarious workers: that part of Italy where there are those who scratch eachother’s backs, who sell out our Country and its languages and its products in exchange of a dry fig,” Giorgio Pagano, Secretary of the “Esperanto” Radical Association, spoke out against Minister Renato Brunetta’s views that were expressed at the National Innovation Convention. 
“This goverment is playing games with the precarious workers. Just look at the teachers’ case: they have been forced to get a B2 English certificate in order to have admission to the teaching competitions, without any English training provided,” Pagano continued. “This goverment imposes the burden on people to pay for private language lessons, a superpower’s language in order to try and make it the Country’s language of education in a country where the level of illiteracy is as frightening as the cuts that have been applied to the teaching posts across the country, as well as the cuts on the cultural organizations that work to safeguard our coutnry’s language. This is clearly a goverment that has last all credibility. When our governors, who have,personally contributed to the crisis by placing the workers in a difficult position, feel free to insult those who they deliberately hindered, and those who resurface are people like Gelmini and Brunetta, not those who struggle to make it to the end of the month or sacrifice to make Italy a better place for tomorrow’s children,” concluded the Secretary of the “Esperanto” Radical Association.

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