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Maria Palazzolo

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Reg.: Court of Rome 295/2009 of 18 September 2009

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PRIMO PIANO SCALAc

Telos Primo Piano Scala c

the collection TWO, our way to
celebrate the tenth anniversary
of our monthly publication
Primo Piano Scala c.

the collection ONE, our way
to celebrate the first five years
of our monthly publication
“Primo Piano Scala c”.

February 2022, Year XIV, n. 2

Stefano Bonaccini

Don’t Call Me Governor

Telos: Just as the English “premier” is not provided for – neither the name nor the powers nor the roles – under the Italian Constitution, likewise governors have no place in our system. In Italy, the only one who can boast this title is the governor of the Bank of Italy. Although not accurate and a reflection of how American terms have taken over the Italian media, don’t you think that the word “governor” describes well someone who, according to the word’s Latin meaning of “guide, ruler,” governs with great political responsibility?

Stefano Bonaccini: To be honest, personally I have never liked using the word “governor” for the role of the President of the Region. I don’t use it and I don’t think I ever will. You are right. It is a title that is foreign to our system that we have borrowed from the United States, where governors have very different roles and competences as leaders of federal States. I don’t know if I am a “guide”. I certainly feel a daily sense of responsibility and privilege as the leader pro tempore of a community as rich in values, resources and knowledge as Emilia-Romagna ...more

Editorial

As a boy I dreamed of being a footballer. If anyone had ever told me I would lead my Region, I never would have believed it.” This statement by Stefano Bonaccini, President of the Emilia-Romagna Region for a second term, does not surprise us. Perhaps, deep down, many Italians have dreamt of becoming a football player, then, like Bonaccini, went on to play amateur football even into adulthood, turning into passionate fans (many) and international football experts (only a few). This passion often comes out even in his political rhetoric ...more

the collection TWO, our way to
celebrate the tenth anniversary
of our monthly publication
Primo Piano Scala c.

the collection ONE, our way
to celebrate the first five years
of our monthly publication
“Primo Piano Scala c”.