Quando i cantautori fanno politica. Il caso cristicchi

Author/s Tamara Bellone, Andrea Martocchia
Publishing Year 2014 Issue 2013/13
Language Italian Pages 7 P. 9-15 File size 529 KB
DOI 10.3280/HM2013-013002
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A musical show goes around at some Italian theatres, on the subject of Julian-Dalmatians leaving their homeland for Italy after 1947. The Author is a some Simone Cristicchi, who says to be a left-wing voter. The show has caused a bitter debate with anti-fascist Associations, as the Yugoslav government of the age appears to manage some form of ethnic prosecution, and also describes partisan movement as a gang of bribes. Cristicchi says to be also an honor member of ANPI: so, a number of ANPI associates asks to revoke the membership. However, the show, rather than the well-known viewpoint of right-wing parties, has a somewhat moralist allure. We will remind here that on Feb. 10th (the day of "Memory", in Italy) the Peace was signed with Yugoslavia (947).

Keywords: Yugoslavia, ANPI, Magazzino 18, Cristicchi, Treatise on Peace with Yugoslavia, Law 92/2004, Day of Memory, foibe.

Tamara Bellone, Andrea Martocchia, Quando i cantautori fanno politica. Il caso cristicchi in "HISTORIA MAGISTRA" 13/2013, pp 9-15, DOI: 10.3280/HM2013-013002