There has always been a lot of confusion about the concept of "citizen".
To keep it simple, "Citizenship" of a State, or "have citizenship" means that the law gives you a range of rights but also duties respect to that State. A few examples.
If you are a citizen of a State generally have the right to vote in that State, but also to be elected. Of course you can vote for your city of residence, for your region or (or "State" or "Lander" depending on how the organization is) and the Parliament or the Chambers. Applications in all these bodies are governed by specific laws each. You have the right to vote for the referendum. But the community means much more than that.
As a citizen of a State is normally entitled to various social services such as education, la sanitÃ , Some economists and social rights, but if they are paid or not depends on state laws. Per esempio in alcuni Stati la sanitÃ non Ã¨ garantita se non a livello molto basilare, and the rest I'll have to pay at your expense or through insurance.
Generally you have the right, secondo le leggi ad una serie di aiuti se sei in difficoltÃ , as in the case of temporary unemployment, invaliditÃ ecc. These services are possible if there are resources, and these are the result of past generations who have built your wellbeing working hard. If resources are squandered on electoral bonus, corruption, inefficiency etc., it goes without saying that before or after services would be damaged.
The legal rights of citizenship follow you even if you're abroad, and if for example you steal documents, hai diritto a recarti allâ€™ambasciata del tuo Stato per farti rilasciare un documento di identitÃ .
All this according to the theory, because then it happens that the same services that are available to nationals, some states also recognize them to non-citizens who are in their territory. And 'the case of the Italian State which Italy recognizes the essential health care to anyone. But it does not recognize this right as Italian citizens permanently living abroad who are temporarily in Italy! Sulla sanitÃ lo Stato Italiano discrimina i cittadini italiani anche in altro modo, and it has gone as far as to pay prescription charges only to its own citizens by giving free hospital services to 100% non-citizens in its territory. It is a folly of discrimination against citizens and in favor of non-citizens. For what purpose ? To facilitate the immigration of course !
And why a state should encourage immigration ? For example, to steal other States of the cheap labor ready to work, without having to spend anything prior to their birth and growth and training. Un laureato costa alla collettivitÃ italiana circa 500.000 Euros to be formed. Since then the Italian graduates leave well as where to pay them decently, Italy has adopted a logic of "industrial management" of the population, importing doctors, assistants etc., giÃ belli che pronti. E nel contempo depotenzia sempre piÃ¹ le UniversitÃ , rather, It is being proposed as well to remove the legal value of the degrees!
To encourage the flight of young people trained and ready to work from home countries obviously poorer countries, but this damage done to them is nothing compared to colonialism that the Italian state has practiced throughout his short life. The Republic of Venice has not practiced my colonialism in 1100 years of existence, Unlike, It favored the development of all the territories that came into collaboration or subjection to it. E 'therefore possible !
We return to the confusion between citizen and resident. In theory, the citizen should have rights more than the non-citizen, ma oramai Ã¨ cosÃ¬ per poche cose e la faccenda si Ã¨ complicata a partire dalla nascita della vecchia ComunitÃ Europea e ancor di piÃ¹ con lâ€™Unione Europea.
Lâ€™idea della â€œCittadinanza Europeaâ€ inizialmente era quella di permettere la mobilitÃ e la residenza ovunque dei cittadini degli Stati nei vari Stati aderenti, that every national of a Member State, since November 1 1993, It may reside in any State of the European Union, and without a residence permit. That citizens Tedeschi, Spagnoli, Italian etc. are entitled since then to reside wherever they want in the European Union, and in the place of residence chosen they are entitled to have the same working and social conditions of the citizens of the state. Not only, They may also vote and be elected in local government. Following these rights were extended to other citizens of the new states like Romania, Poland, Croatia etc. etc.. Questo ha giÃ degli effetti tangibili. Some municipalities, as Padua, hanno giÃ avuto lâ€™elezione di Sindaci che hanno vinto grazie alle lobby degli elettori di un altro Stato, specifically the Romanians have counted in the election of Zanon. In 2019 lâ€™ex presidente Francese si candiderÃ a Sindaco di Barcellona.
However, the rights of "European citizenship" became independent with the birth in 2009 the European Union, because it is given the legal independence, ie has become a second, independent from the first citizenship. They are released in this way the rights of European citizens by the rights of a national of a Member State. In the United Kingdom they are discussing on the topic, proprio perchÃ© con la Brexit i cittadini UE torneranno ad essere senza diritti sociali e di residenza e da loro tutto cambierÃ tornando alla pura cittadinanza dello Stato (but remember that the UK is part of the Commonwealth, which also recognizes rights to other citizens of other States).
In the EU there are few differences between the rights of different people from different Member EU, in practice the difference is with respect to which Parliament "national" rate. As said an EU citizen is not Italian but resident in Italy may vote only for the Municipal, while the Italian citizen (and not simply living) It can also vote for the regional governments and the Parliament, as well as for a referendum. Yet, if an Italian living in Germany, puÃ² candidarsi e votare nella cittÃ di residenza (for example in Berlin) but can not apply to the German Parliament, nÃ© voterÃ per il parlamento, for the Land and even in referendums.
Hence, for example,, a referendum vote where all residents is a violation of the rights of citizenship, but it is what it absurdly suggested certain movements for independence of Veneto.
Now that the concept is clearer of "citizenship", vediamo quello di nazionalitÃ . As mentioned, if one is an Italian citizen, legally is Italian. And if one is non-EU, Italian is not legally, but for sure it's not even German, Spanish etc., ie an EU country.
As said a person can have different citizenships simultaneously, for example, Italian and EU, or US and Israel, or Brazilian and EU.
So do not believe even those who propose to renounce their citizenship, because it is not a good idea because you simply surrender only to rights, but for at least one other citizenship you shall have to have to have for the status of Stateless (without citizenship) It is prohibited by international law.
Since a person can have more than one citizenship, Ã¨ evidente che la sua nazionalitÃ corrisponda alla cittadinanza che dimostra con il passaporto. Per altro ci sono pure degli Stati multietnici nei quali la nazionalitÃ (different from citizenship) it is recognized. La nazionalitÃ non solo non corrisponde alla cittadinanza, but it is something that has more to do with their ethnic and cultural origin or even blood in some increasingly rare cases. Per esempio uno puÃ² essere Croato ma di nazionalitÃ italiana perchÃ© appartiene alla minoranza nazionale italiana presente sopratutto nellâ€™Istria, che in realtÃ sono etnicamente Veneti. Esistono circa venticinque milioni di persone di nazionalitÃ Veneta sparsi per il modo che perÃ² sono divisi in decine di cittadinanze diverse a seconda della loro residenza, citizenships that prevent them from even the mere residence in the homeland, the Venezie, for example there are about 3 Venetians million descendants in South America , speaking Veneto, who are prevented from returning with administrative tricks by the Italian State there made them run away after the invasion of 1866.
Allo stesso modo uno Scozzese della United Kingdom Ã¨ cittadino britannico ma di nazionalitÃ Scozzese.
Let's go back to the title. Il reddito di cittadinanza a chi verrÃ dato ?
Per quanto dato sapere verrÃ dato anche ai NON cittadini sia extra comunitari sia della UE, provided that resident for at least ten years. At least that's what he knows today.
So it is wrong to call it a "citizenship income" and should instead call it "residency income", unless with the word "citizenship" is understood not want the legal status of being citizens, but the mere participation in civic life, then "citizenship" as an action of living and citizenship income as income for participation.
So there's a terminological confusion, that actually makes a nice gift of citizenship for non-citizens to the detriment of citizens of Italian citizens. Specie se poi dal cilindro salterÃ fuori una bella sanatoria per gli irregolari con la scusa di farli emergere anche retroattivamente.
For more, according to the "stated income", il â€œreddito di cittadinanzaâ€ verrÃ percepito quasi per intero dai residenti poveri e senza casa, for which illegal immigrants PD, and they will struggle to even perceive the citizens of the South.
On this terminological confusion between citizenship, residenza e nazionalitÃ si sono praticate le politiche immigratorie che hanno di fatto giÃ oggi cancellato lâ€™italianitÃ giÃ in precedenza abbastanza indefinibile.
In fact, in recent years the Italian citizens like pigs to make salami are treated, dispossessing them of their rights, espropriandoli delle loro proprietÃ collettive e statali accumulate da generazioni di lavoratori, and dispossessing them of their personal property as well with different taxes.
A farlo Ã¨ stato lo stesso Stato Italiano che in realtÃ Ã¨ nato dalla spoliazione degli Stati preunitari, illegally invaded by mercenary armies financed by international occult powers. the trials ?
Just wondering how it was possible that (perhaps) thousand gawkers on three battered boats have earned an island manned by 24.000 well-armed soldiers. Of course I speak of the "landing" in Sicily Garibaldi.
So if this is the story of all time, because it has always been the "Italian" (governed by the Piedmont-Sardinia) They were managed as if they were chickens or pigs in breeding, tanto vale non stupirsi piÃ¹ della inutilitÃ della stessa identitÃ e cittadinanza italiana. It is no longer to be Italian, rather, It is a jinx when compared to other nationalities and other EU states.
Whether it's time to do the math on your own well-being and find a solution ?