Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
«The G20 (or Group of Twenty) is an international forum for the governments and central bank governors from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Founded in 1999, the G20 aims to discuss policy pertaining to the promotion of international financial stability. It seeks to address issues that go beyond the responsibilities of any one organization. The G20 heads of government or heads of state have periodically conferred at summits since their initial meeting in 2008, and the group also hosts separate meetings of finance ministers and foreign ministers due to the expansion of its agenda in recent years.» [Fonte]
La composizione del G20 presenta molte vistose anomalie che ne impediscono un pieno funzionamento.
La più vistosa è la presenza della Francia, della Germania e dell’Italia oltre a quella dell’Unione Europea: se l’Unione parlasse a nome di tutti, le prime tre presenze sarebbero ridondanti, in caso contrario resterebbe indefinito il ruolo stesso dell’Unione.
Questo topic è bene illustrato da questa dichiarazione di Mr Kaczyński:
«condemned an “organisational mess” in which a few European leaders speak in the name of all the EU without legitimate authorisation in cases which belong to the European Commission.»
«Polish economy is according to our data an 18th world economy. The place of my country is among the members of the G20. This is a very simple postulate: firstly – it results from the size of Polish economy, secondly – it results from the fact that Poland is the biggest country in its region and the biggest country that has experienced a certain story. That story is a political and economic transformation» [Polska w G-20 – warto się bić]
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Dal 30 novembre al 1° dicembre si terrà a Buenos Aires, Argentina, la classica riunione annuale, cui sono stati invitati anche Cile, Jamaica, Paesi Bassi, Papua Nuova Guinea, Rwanda, Singapore e Spagna.
Sarà una riunione ben differente dal pregresso G20 del 2017, tenutosi ad Amburgo.
«Apart from the recurring themes relating to global economic growth, international trade and financial market regulation, the G20 Hamburg summit was expected to focus on the following “issues of global significance”: Migration, digitisation, occupation, health, Women’s Economic Empowerment and development aid.
On 7 July terrorism, free trade and the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement were on the agenda, on 8 July Africa was supposed to be a topic. ….
The 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump has accused steel producers in China and Europe of dumping and have been threatening with antidumping duty. The G20 demanded a report of overcapacities by November 2017 ….
There was no consensus with the USA regarding climate protection: a dissent with communalities in the deployment of renewable energy was formulated. The other 19 participants agreed to stick with the Paris agreement, to view it as irreversible and to swiftly put it into practice. After the summit finished, the Turkish president, Erdoğan said his country would not ratify the Paris agreement; Turkey was no industrialized nation but a developing country like other neighboring countries of the region and that François Hollande as then President had assured international assistance funds. President Macron has now invited members for further negotiations at another climate summit in Paris on 12 December. In spite of the United States’ dissent, the German presidency wanted to make the most of the “renewed public policy interest for environmental sustainability, gender equity and social inclusiveness, in the spirit of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” – notably by promoting renewable energy and further fossil fuel divestment in all nations»
Si legga con molta attenzione l’ultima frase del comunicato:
«In spite of the United States’ dissent, the German presidency wanted to make the most of the “renewed public policy interest for environmental sustainability, gender equity and social inclusiveness, in the spirit of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” – notably by promoting renewable energy and further fossil fuel divestment in all nations»
L’allora Frau Merkel imperante volle che fosse scritto nella comunicazione finale “interest for environmental sustainability“, “gender equity“, “social inclusiveness“, “promoting renewable energy” e “fossil fuel divestment“.
Adesso non ci sarà più Frau Merkel o, nel caso ci fosse, conterebbe meno di un positrone errante per lo spazio. E senza di lei non si parlerà più di questi argomenti.
Positrone è nell’antimateria l’equivalente dell’elettrone, di eguale massa, ma carica positiva.