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THE REPORT THAT ARRIVE ON THE DESK OF OBAMA IS NOT 'THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, ACCORDING ABOUT ALL U.S. CONSULATE OF NAPLES HAS WROTE ABOUT CALABRIA


I'M TRUST CONDITIONS OF MY REGION CAN IMPROVE ANYWAY

Calabria is one of the rumors Wikileaks; region weak and corrupt politicians

13 January 11 A region''weak''and that 'a''drain on the Italian economy.'' A population that lacks''optimism, which sees local politicians as corrupt or ineffective.'' A territory''in the hands of extortionists and drug dealers.'' And 'this is the picture that the U.S. Consulate General in Naples J. Patrick Truhn, in a despatch of December 2008, makes the Calabria after a journey of about four days in the region. A tour along the peninsula, bringing the console to introduce so 'its' cable ':''The region will continue' and be a burden for the country as long as 'the national government did not dedicate' attention and resources needed to resolve these thorny problems.'' For Trunh, in addition to the''contribution (so far modest) success in law enforcement, we need a revolution in the way they see themselves in the Calabrian organized crime, corruption and, on the whole, the company 'civil'' . There are few positive signs'',''rooted''in particular young people.'' But most 'in general, during the trip,''we always felt the same complaints,''says the diplomat. At Vibo Valentia, for example, and 'the prefect of the province Ennio Sodano to admit that''the whole society' Calabrian 'involved in perpetuating this situation. The company 'IS' indifferent.'' In Crotone, according to''local''the president of Confindustria,''the president of Confindustria regional, Umberto de Rose, did not lead a strong opposition against members who pay the extortionists' cause them as victims who need help .'' Tourism, says the dispatch,''remains one of hope, despite the inadequate facilities (highway Salerno-Reggio Calabria and 'under construction for decades, and rail connections, beyond' the Tyrrhenian coast, are terrible) environmental degradation and organized crime.'' And the year before, said Truhn, when the consul suggested'''to the President of the Province of Reggio Calabria to talk to tour operators of the cruise industry''American''to bring tourists to the of the' Straits of Messina, including a day at Reggio, and perhaps a visit to the excavations at Locri,''the President's answer was:''What ', a tour operator?''