Citizenship income, Al Bano: “Celentano is always brilliant but…”

“I would specify ‘those who have no work’ or better still ‘those who cannot find work should not be abandoned'”

“Adriano is always brilliant and he was also posting this sentence, even if I would make a small change…”. Al Bano, interviewed by AdnKronos on Adriano Celentano’s post in which, paraphrasing an old success of his – “those who don’t work, don’t make love” – ​​he writes “those who don’t work… must not be abandoned”, with a clear reference to the abolition of the Rdc, he appreciates the phrase but at the same time suggests to correct it slightly.

“I agree with him because he sends the right message at the right time – underlines Al Bano – As it was right then to say ‘those who don’t work don’t make love’ it is right now to say ‘those who don’t work shouldn’t be abandoned’. But I I would specify ‘those who have no work’ or better yet ‘those who cannot find work should not be abandoned’. In any case – underlines Al Bano – in politics one should not play on the skin of men to collect a few more votes”.

(from Enzo Bonaiuto)



Source-www.adnkronos.com