Cacciari: “Covid emergency accelerates end of democracy”

Cacciari: “Covid emergency accelerates end of democracy”
Cacciari: “Covid emergency accelerates end of democracy”

“We are in a situation of very dangerous drift, in a perennial state of emergency.” Massimo Cacciari ignites in connection with Cartabianca. The philosopher and political scientist reaffirms his position in relation to the political and institutional situation connected to the management of the covid emergency, with measures passed – such as the green pass – and others that could come, such as the obligation to vaccinate. “If you have no sensitivity to constitutional issues, fine. How can we not understand that the covid emergency is accelerating this drift, with a centralization of the decision-making process, the emptying of Parliament, the end of representative democracy. How can you not see it, in a world where three quarters of the population lives under regimes such as China or Russia? “Says Cacciari, the protagonist of a heated question and answer with Gad Lerner.

“The emergency was there, now it is gone”, says Cacciari. “A country with many vaccinated people has a high positive rate for the Delta variant …”, replies the reporter. “It means that vaccines are precarious, but I don’t want to discuss vaccines. Read what the WHO says, which advises against vaccinating the youngest because vaccines are not safe enough”, urges the philosopher. “You’re putting very different things together,” says Lerner. “You are putting different things together”, yet another rejoinder. (Images from raiplay.it)

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