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(en) Italy, UCADI #167: What's new Salary cages (ca, de, it, pt, tr)[machine translation]

Date Fri, 17 Mar 2023 13:19:29 +0200

The self-styled Minister of Education and Merit, of a Government that loves demerit, has done everything to emulate that of Culture with an apparent joke. ---- After receiving the opinion of its premier on the fact that the aspiration of young people in possession of a professional qualification to carry out a job suited to their skills and above all paid with wages established by national employment contracts is an unacceptable claim and that therefore they have to adapt to more humble jobs, starting with those of tomato pickers for a few euros per box and perhaps mediated by a corporal who exploits their work, the honorable minister has given birth to his recipe for school reform: the reintroduction of cages salaries for teachers.
The Minister expresses his nostalgia for the past, re-proposing the salary systems of fifty years ago in a Lega sauce (differentiated autonomy) and proposes the hypothesis that the Regions could have differentiated incentive increases for their teachers. Here too we are dealing with an old idea of adapting the past to today.
On the other hand, Professor Valditara, a well-known historian - so to speak - is famous in the academic world for having argued that the cause of the fall of the Roman Empire was... his migration policy. And this, when everyone knows that the Romans were masters in progressively integrating other populations, as they did by creating an empire, while failing to say that it was Christianity, with its claim to belief in a single God, that undermined the religious pluralism which was one of the cornerstones of the Roman integration policy.
This peacock of culture recognizes that teachers in Italy, like the majority of workers, have the lowest salaries in Europe in terms of performance and professional skills and thinks he can remedy this by differentiating wages, instead of increasing wages for everyone in the name of the fact that in the poorest regions of the country the cost of living is minor and therefore for the same salary, those who live there earn more. But it fails to say that the cost of living is lower for some goods and certainly not for public services, both in quantity and quality provided by the State and local administrations while certainly the taxation on wages is the same.
The distinguished academic directs the law degree course of the European University of Rome, owned by the Legionaries of Christ, a well-known and acclaimed ultra-conservative congregation of pontifical law, led and founded by Marcial Marciel Degollado, in respect of which on 1 May 2010 the Holy See declared: «The very serious and objectively immoral behavior of Fr. Maciel, confirmed by incontrovertible testimonies, sometimes takes the form of real crimes and manifests a life without scruples and authentic religious sentiment» (pedophilia, repeated and continued). Until now, his greatest concern seemed to be that of the increase in public funding for private confessional schools (of all types and levels), certainly not known for the merit that characterizes his performances but now the Minister aspires to act on a wider scale helping to gain converts to differentiated autonomy and at the same time to condition wage policies in the world of work by putting on the plate the wage differentiation of at least a part of the million employees of increasingly less public education.

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