European Voice: Will Italy now put an end to an ancient wrong?

Over the past 25 years European Voice has reported on our case. I am very happy to see that in this week’s Entre Nous section they carried a piece entitled “An unlikely career move” on Mario Monti’s appointment as Italy’s prime minister. European Voice acknowledges that Monti will have a lot on his plate but gives the former EU Commissioner a little nudge  “Will Italy now put an end to an ancient wrong?

See link

http://www.europeanvoice.com/CWS/Index.aspx?PageID=217&articleID=72671.

Mario Monti

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One Response to European Voice: Will Italy now put an end to an ancient wrong?

  1. anne says:

    Let’s hope Mr Monti’s government will put an end to Italy’s policy of discriminating against foreign language lecturers in Italian Universities even though the issue is probably far down his list of priorities – if indeed it even appears on it at all.
    We have all long known that where there is a will, there’s a way. Whether there is a will, remains to be seen.
    Perhaps Mr Cameron is needed to jog his memory and strengthen his will.

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