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Emanuele Barbati from stage May Day Taranto to sentence: “Euthanasia for ex Ilva”

Byeditorial

May 31, 2021

“This is the time to unplug the factory, it is time to choose euthanasia: it is enough to keep it alive, at the cost of the death of an entire city”. This is the cry that, through the interview with AdnKronos, the singer-songwriter from Taranto Emanuele Barbati, an artist who has also performed in the past on the stage of the May Day concert set up in Taranto in the area of ​​the archaeological park of the Greek Walls, engaged in personal and professional life on environmental issues and in partnership with the WWF, of which the album ‘While out the wolves arrive’ is now out, which talks about escape from the cities. “It is still only a first-degree sentence and we will have to wait for the other degrees of judgment – Barbati said – also because in Taranto we are too used to reading sentences that are then completely overturned … There was an immoderate optimism towards this sentence, understandable because so many people have been fighting for years so that the former Ilva is closed, I with them, not believing in occupational blackmail, work in exchange for health. I am in favor of the total closure of the factory, which has become a dripping that with its ‘dying body’ stain the image of the entire city, emptying it. I repeat: it’s time to euthanasia! “. (by Enzo Bonaiuto)

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