“I am perfectly in agreement with Alessandro Barbero and the signatories of the appeal against the green pass in the university, it is more than legitimate. Contrary to what the President of the Republic also affirms, a rule of law that believes that behavior is mandatory, he has to make it so with a law and then he has to bear the consequences and take responsibility for it “. Talking to Adnkronos is the historian and essayist Franco Cardini, who analyzes the appeal of the 300 university professors, including the historian and popularizer Alessandro Barbero, with whom the adoption of the green pass is criticized. “A rule of law can ask me as a citizen to put my life at risk by going to war, and this is perfectly legitimate on its part – explains Cardini clearly – but I know that he, for what he can, will take responsibility if I die in the war, or I am wounded and I cannot help my family. And he will help me by giving me assistance, or he will help my family. Here, on the other hand, a different thing is happening: on the one hand, one cannot decide not to make something compulsory , however, take a series of measures for which the thing becomes in fact mandatory and at the same time use this as a way of not wanting to assume the direct consequences. This the State cannot do “.” I speak as a person who is diligently vaccinated, despite having doubts – says the historian – but I entrusted myself because I am not competent. Experts tell me that this vaccine is not an absolute scientific certainty. Then it is good that a State that decides that it is good to vaccinate rsi, make a law, make it mandatory, and provide coverage by contributing to the expenses for those who derive damage from this law. The executive has not done this, and the President of the Republic cannot defend this action without reminding him that he has a duty to protect civil society “.
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