Romania has faced the social unease of the gypsies in a more creative way.
Rather than trying to “protect them” with subsidies with nothing in return (as the left wants) or marginalize them (as the right wants), Romania has given them a job.
And so it is not difficult, wandering the streets of the capital, see gypsies who, armed with jackets not from 5 Euro, broom and collector, they collect waste and keep parking lots and bus stops clean.
This of course makes them sedentary, and not just simple monthly income earners.
In addition, they enjoy the benefits of all other workers, At the same conditions.
The result is that beggars and beggars are not seen at the traffic lights, although some sell the flowers, but generally less than in Italy.
Of course I know that some builders and many other jobs, sometimes taking it away from the least disadvantaged of fellow villagers. One wonders why in such cases they should be privileged.
Perhaps the Romanian system should be corrected with an evaluation of merit.
The problem is that in Italy probably the evaluation would make it some idle state of those who have seen on reports and the news strip. So it's very dangerous.
But at least an equally intelligent solution than the Romanian one, when in Italy