In one of the most polluted sites in Italy (and where sanitation does not even take a step forward to pay for gold), the regional Democratic Party is considering new power stations.
by Giuseppe Mascambruno
POND – COLLESALVETTI (Li) – Health, environment, work. Even before constitutional protection, there is the life of every human being in these three words. And it is also the synthesis of many events that intersect in our territories, those of the Tuscan coast, in the shadow of a policy or, to put it better, of politicians-politicians who do not seem quite to the height of the challenge. All taken as they are by personal ambitions of better and better paid careerism.
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The idea has long been clear in the minds of these political executors: the coast is compromised by the presence and remnants of an industrial history with a strong environmental and health impactso much so that it is no coincidence that Massa, Livorno-Collesalvetti, Piombino and Orbetello coincide with the four FISHING (Sites of National Interest). Called so precisely to report places to rehabilitate.
But since the claims don’t step forward even to pay them gold, let alone not pay (fund) them for nothing as it happens in reality: then what better than these , in their opinion, semi-waste bins already well under way to become full-fledged trash cans at the service of the city, Florence first, which has been cleaning up the problem for decades with the history of the aborted system of
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Important and qualified voices. Starting with that of Dr Fabrice Bianchia well-known and long-experienced epidemiologist (
Bianchi made it clear that he was present <à titre personnel>but he couldn’t help but share with everyone the concerns of a situation that the mainstream narrative nails’unacceptable blackmail between two rights which cannot be put in conflict: health and work.
The meeting, moderated by Luca Chiappe and Valerio Cignoni, was attended, among the many others present, by Andrea Crespolini, councilor for the environment of the municipality of Collesalvetti and the provincial secretary of the CGIL, Fabrizio Zannotti. No political presence from Livorno, even less from the Democratic Party, which would do well to take notes at least from Orestes Sabatino, neither from parliamentarians, nor from regional councilors or municipal administrators.
A bad sign that confirms the worries of those who still fear assumptions that have not entirely faded future of the Eni refinery in terms of waste disposal. And who claims, rightly, the clarity of who governs the Region, in this exercise which has always annoyed those in charge, whom they call Democracy.