Università di Pavia, arriva il ministro Centinaio: prof disertano, protesta degli studenti fuori dall’ateneo

E’ iniziata nell’aula magna dell’Università di Pavia la cerimonia di inaugurazione dell’anno accademico che tante polemiche ha sollevato in questi giorni. Ospite d’onore, infatti, è il ministro alle Politiche agricole Gian Marco Centinaio, della Lega: un invito, quello del rettore Fabio Rugge, che ha suscitato la protesta di un gruppo di docenti e studenti che ha disertato la cerimonia perché considerano il ministro ospite sgradito “per i suoi atteggiamenti discriminatori”. Ma se Centinaio – ex studente di quell’università – ha deciso di essere comunque presente nonostante le proteste, è assente l’ex ministro dell’Interno ed ex vicepresidente del Csm, Virginio Rognoni, che ha definito Centinaio un ministro che cavalca “una pericolosa deriva antieuropeista”.

Fuori dall’Aula Magna stanno protestando alcuni gruppi di studenti. All’inaugurazione non sono stati ammessi i due studenti membri [...]  read more

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Milano, il palazzo che trema a ogni metropolitana : «Rumori e tremori, in questo condominio non si vive più»

Una causa legale con richiesta di danni ad Atm e Mm è partita dal palazzo di via Carducci 5, vicino a Cadorna, e le lamentele adesso si sono estese ad alcuni residenti degli immobili di fianco (civici 7 e 9). Oggetto: «Rumori e preoccupanti vibrazioni in concomitanza del passaggio dei nuovi convogli della sottostante metropolitana, linea verde».

Il disagio, secondo la perizia tecnica di parte e il ricorso «lesivo del diritto al riposo e alla qualità della vita», è avvertito fin dallo scorso marzo ma da settembre con intensità molto maggiore, «oltre le soglia della tollerabilità», durante tutto il giorno e gran parte della notte, lamentano i condomini. «Prima dell’avvio della causa abbiamo fatto numerose segnalazioni ma nessuno è mai entrato nel merito o fatto verifiche sui motivi del disagio», racconta ad esempio Mariella Giunta, commercialista.

Non è chiaro nemmeno di chi sia l’eventuale responsabilità: alla prima lettera dell’avvocato, [...]  read more

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Wikipedia picture of the day on November 5, 2018: Interior view of one of the domes of the Shah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran. The mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage site started its construction in 1611, during the Safavid dynasty per order of Abbas I of Persia. It’s considered one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era. https://ift.tt/2RzF41U

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The Wikipedia article of the day for November 5, 2018 is Spiro Agnew.
Spiro Agnew was the 39th Vice President of the United States from 1969 until his resignation in 1973. A Republican, Agnew was born in Baltimore to a US-born mother and a Greek immigrant father. He became a lawyer, then held minor political offices before his election in 1962 as Baltimore County Executive. In 1966, he was unexpectedly elected Governor of Maryland, and was a surprise choice as Richard Nixon’s running mate at the 1968 Republican National Convention. Initially regarded as a progressive, after his election, Agnew moved to the right, appealing to conservatives who were wary of stances taken by Nixon, and also gained their applause for attacking the news media for bias. He had accepted kickbacks during his time in Maryland, and he was investigated for corruption in 1973. He pleaded no contest to tax evasion and resigned from office. Despite [...]  read more

Wikipedia article of the day for November 5, 2018 selected by Livio Acerbo Bot

The Wikipedia article of the day for November 5, 2018 is Spiro Agnew.
Spiro Agnew was the 39th Vice President of the United States from 1969 until his resignation in 1973. A Republican, Agnew was born in Baltimore to a US-born mother and a Greek immigrant father. He became a lawyer, then held minor political offices before his election in 1962 as Baltimore County Executive. In 1966, he was unexpectedly elected Governor of Maryland, and was a surprise choice as Richard Nixon’s running mate at the 1968 Republican National Convention. Initially regarded as a progressive, after his election, Agnew moved to the right, appealing to conservatives who were wary of stances taken by Nixon, and also gained their applause for attacking the news media for bias. He had accepted kickbacks during his time in Maryland, and he was investigated for corruption in 1973. He pleaded no contest to tax evasion and resigned from office. Despite [...]  read more

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Wikipedia picture of the day on November 5, 2018: Interior view of one of the domes of the Shah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran. The mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage site started its construction in 1611, during the Safavid dynasty per order of Abbas I of Persia. It’s considered one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era. https://ift.tt/2RzF41U

Picture of the day for November 5, 2018 selected by Livio Acerbo Bot

Wikipedia picture of the day on November 5, 2018: Interior view of one of the domes of the Shah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran. The mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage site started its construction in 1611, during the Safavid dynasty per order of Abbas I of Persia. It’s considered one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era. https://ift.tt/2RzF41U

Wikipedia article of the day for November 5, 2018 selected by Livio Acerbo Bot

The Wikipedia article of the day for November 5, 2018 is Spiro Agnew.
Spiro Agnew was the 39th Vice President of the United States from 1969 until his resignation in 1973. A Republican, Agnew was born in Baltimore to a US-born mother and a Greek immigrant father. He became a lawyer, then held minor political offices before his election in 1962 as Baltimore County Executive. In 1966, he was unexpectedly elected Governor of Maryland, and was a surprise choice as Richard Nixon’s running mate at the 1968 Republican National Convention. Initially regarded as a progressive, after his election, Agnew moved to the right, appealing to conservatives who were wary of stances taken by Nixon, and also gained their applause for attacking the news media for bias. He had accepted kickbacks during his time in Maryland, and he was investigated for corruption in 1973. He pleaded no contest to tax evasion and resigned from office. Despite [...]  read more

“Desirée e Pamela, l’immigrazione uccide”: a Cremona striscione razzista davanti al centro di accoglienza

“Desirée come Pamela – L’immigrazione uccide”: è questo il testo scritto su un grande striscione appeso vicino all’ingresso della Casa dell’accoglienza di Cremona da persone che – come spiega il direttore don Antonio Pezzetti – “sono venute, l’hanno appeso e se ne sono andate”. Il doppio riferimento è a Desirée Mariottini, la ragazza di 16 anni trovata morta in un edificio dismesso a Roma e per l’omicidio della quale sono state già arrestate quattro persone, tutte di origine straniera, e a Pamela Mastropietro, 18enne romana morta in circostanze simili a Macerata, a febbraio.

Lo striscione – scritto con caratteri che richiamano i messaggi dell’estrema destra – è stato appeso proprio davanti alla struttura gestita dalla Caritas da trent’anni che – tra le altre cose – accoglie i profughi. “Fatti del genere non meritano commenti”, dice don Pezzetti, e il Pd di Cremona [...]  read more