Last quote by Dario Franceschini
There will be different types of crimes relating to the destruction and damage of cultural heritage. Then there will be a new stand-alone crime of the theft of cultural property – with very severe punishments.
Dario Franceschini has been quoted 11 times. The two most recent articles where Dario Franceschini has been quoted are No longer a mystery: Pompeii's 'crown jewel' restored and Italian police uncover new haul of looted ancient artefacts. Most recently, Dario Franceschini was quoted as having said, “If you ask me if we have restored everything at Pompeii, I have to say 'no', but if you ask me if we are fixing it, I'll answer 'yes!”.
Quotes by Dario Franceschini
Mar 20 2015
If you ask me if we have restored everything at Pompeii, I have to say 'no', but if you ask me if we are fixing it, I'll answer 'yes!
Jan 24 2015
The works we see today, though found in the same guilty hands, are from different regions and I really think they have to be given back to them.
Dec 23 2012
Italy now deserves a second phase, based on the tough sacrifices made by Italians in the past year to rescue the country from ruin, where Berlusconi's government brought us. Now the country deserves progressive policies and reform along the lines of a very simple principle: those who have more should give more and those who have less should give less.
Feb 15 2011
Berlusconi considers himself as persecuted and innocent, so let him go and defend himself in the courts and save his country from the spectacle of a prime minister on trial for child prostitution and abuse of power.
Jan 18 2011
You should resign and leave parliament… in order to save this country and to reconstruct the credibility of its institutions in the eyes of the whole world, but more importantly for the Italian people.
Nov 10 2010
I think that the minister must accept that the majority of this chamber has called on him to accept his responsibilities and resign, and therefore he should do just that.
Oct 08 2009
The Constitutional Court has simply re-established a principle that had been violated: that all Italian citizens are equal before the law. Everyone is equal before the law, even the most powerful.
Sep 03 2009
The state is carrying out the biggest mass redundancy plan in Italian history in the sector that needs investment the most, in the education of our children.
Jan 25 2008
Because the way it is, whoever wins won't be able to govern the nation. Some people want to change the rules to ensure stability. Others just want to take power as soon as possible.
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