Daily Archives: 10 Giugno 2019

The case of Ivan Golunov: Who made a mistake?

Dmitry Peskov, Putin's official spokesman, told reporters on June 10 that the Kremlin was watching the development of the investigation of the case of journalist Ivan Golunov. Peskov added, though, that he was not ready to comment on the case. He only said that the case of Ivan Golunov is supposed to attract "close attention of the Office of the Prosecutor General and other services." He declined to answer questions about possible resignations and the objectivity of the investigation.Putin was informed about the case of Ivan Golunov on Friday, Peskov said. He also said that the Kremlin fully trusts the Office of the Prosecutor General in terms of reaction to possible incidents of abuse of human rights. Speaking on the problem of distrust to law enforcement and judicial systems, Peskov acknowledged that the Golunov case "gave rise to a large number of questions," but one did not have to talk about distrust to the system in general. He also declined to comment on the question of possible resignations and possible violations made on the part of law-enforcers. "A mistake is possible because it's people who work everywhere. Mistakes may take place anywhere. Journalists can also make mistakes when they write their materials. They can make many mistakes, but the main thing is to acknowledge those mistakes and explain, how they were made not to let them happen again," said Peskov.Ivan Golunov, a special correspondent of Meduza website, was detained in the afternoon of June 6 in Moscow. His detention was legally registered only on the night of June 7 - i.e. 13 hours  later. Golunov was not allowed to call either his relatives or a lawyer. The journalist's relatives were notified of his detention only after 13 hours, while the lawyer was allowed to talk to Golunov only in 16 hours.Golunov suffered injuries during his detention. In response to his requirements for a lawyer, a law-enforcement officer punched the journalist in the head twice. When the journalist was lying on the pavement, a policeman put his foot on the young man's chest.Golunov was charged with an attempt to sell large batches of drugs. Illegal substances were found in his backpack and in his apartment. Law-enforcement authorities later exposed nine photographs allegedly made in Golunov's apartment, although it later turned out that eight of those pictures were made in completely different premises.The journalist claims that the drugs were planted on him; his colleagues support his words on the matter. Golunov is known for his high-profile investigations of corruption among metropolitan and federal officials. Other journalists believe that Golunov was arrested in response to his another investigation, which was devoted to the funeral business in Moscow. The journalist had received a number of threats in this connection during the recent months.On the afternoon of June 8, a Moscow court was supposed to gather for a meeting to choose a measure of restraint for the arrested journalist. However, Golunov did not feel well as he had hardly slept and eaten before. ER doctors insisted on hospitalizing Golunov, but law-enforcers prevented this to happen, nor did they let medical specialists examine the journalist. Ivan Golunov was eventually taken to a hospital for examination. Several hours later, the head physician of the hospital said that there was no reason to hospitalise the journalist, because his condition was satisfactory. Nearly all Russian media outlets, except for clearly pro-Kremlin ones, supported Golunov. His case received an extensive coverage in Russia and attracted attention to many public figures and activists. On June 8, a Moscow court decided to put Golunov under house arrest, while prosecutors insisted on two months of arrest. Golunov is not allowed to leave his home, he is not allowed to talk to anyone related to his case. He is not allowed to use means of communication either. Golunov's lawyers intend to appeal to the European Court for Human Rights. 

Gorbachev comments on fiction in Chernobyl miniseries

Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev stated that he did not give orders not to reward the title of the Hero of Socialist Labor to academician Valery Legasov, who was involved in the investigation of the causes of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. In HBO's "Chernobyl" miniseries, Legasov's career stopped after he had presented his own version of the nuclear catastrophe. "I did not give [orders]. Who else could give them, but me? This is fiction," Gorbachev said adding that he had not seen the much talked-about TV series about Chernobyl. Public interest in the life of academician Valery Legasov rose after the release of the miniseries, in which Legasov was played by actor Jared Harris.Spoilers below. In the last episode of the series, Legasov speaks at the court where he accuses employees of the  Chernobyl nuclear power plant of the disaster. In his speech, Legasov claims that the state machine of the Soviet Union was silencing the fact that nuclear reactors in the Soviet Union, including of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, were defective. In reality, the scientist did not take part in the trial - the scene was fictitious. Legasov was a member of the governmental commission to investigate the causes and eliminate the consequences of the accident at the nuclear power plant. According to one of the versions, speaking at the IAEA conference in Vienna in 1986, he allegedly exposed secret information. Some historians believe that Gorbachev then decided not to award the title to the academician, and the scientist's career was ruined. The academician had been promoted to the title of the Hero of Socialist Labor twice, but he had never received it. In 1988, Legasov committed suicide.

Global environmental catastrophe: Straight into the Gates of Hell

Global environmental catastrophe: Straight into the Gates of Hell With the rhino and elephant memories from a distant past, joining the dodo showcased as museum exhibits, the Amazon became a barren desert. Welcome to Planet Earth some years before 2050. Massive storms raze whole areas of cities and devastate the agricultural plains, forests and fields of cereals, food shortages have given rise to gang-related deaths producing civil war-like casualty figures and potable water restrictions have led to widespread violence. Heatwaves have scorched regions once fertile, changing them into Mars-like landscapes and rising temperatures have made tropical diseases endemic in the northern hemisphere. Survival is the key, not quality of life.

Bonus Bebè 2019: importo, requisiti e domanda

Con la circolare INPS 7 giugno 2019, n. 85 l’Istituto fornisce chiarimenti sui requisiti, sugli importi e sulle modalità di accesso all’assegno di natalità, anche detto "Bonus Bebè", per il 2019.

Il beneficio, assegnato per un periodo di tre anni a favore dei nati o dei minori adottati nel triennio 2015-2017, è stato in seguito riconosciuto soltanto per la durata di un anno anche per i nati o adottati nel 2018. È stato quindi esteso anche ai nati o adottati dal 1° gennaio 2019 al 31 dicembre 2019, fino al compimento del primo anno di età o di ingresso nel nucleo familiare.

Per la sua applicazione è stato previsto anche un aumento dell’importo del 20% in caso di figlio nato o adottato nel 2019 successivo al primo e sono stati fissati i limiti di spesa, a 204 milioni di euro per il 2019 e a 240 milioni per il 2020. L’importo maggiorato del 20% si applica anche ai parti gemellari.

Bonus Bebè: domanda entro il 13 giugno

La domanda di assegno di natalità può essere presentata dal genitore, anche affidatario in possesso dei requisiti, entro 90 giorni dalla nascita oppure dalla data di ingresso del minore nel nucleo familiare. La domanda per un figlio nato, affidato o adottato tra il 1° gennaio e il 15 marzo 2019 deve essere quindi presentata entro il 13 giugno, al fine di non perdere le mensilità arretrate.

La domanda può essere presentata anche oltre il 13 giugno: in questo caso, però, l’assegno decorrerà dalla data di presentazione della domanda.

La domanda deve essere trasmessa in via telematica, una sola volta per ciascun figlio nato o adottato o in affidamento preadottivo.

Bonus Bebè: importi e ISEE

Il Bonus Bebè spetta a condizione che il nucleo familiare del genitore richiedente, al momento della presentazione della domanda e per tutta la durata del beneficio, sia residente in Italia e in possesso di un ISEE in corso di validità non superiore a 25.000 euro.

L’importodel Bonus Bebè dipende dal valore dell’ISEE minorenni. Nel caso in cui non sia superiore a 25.000 euro annui, ammonta a 80 euro al mese per un massimo di 12 mesi (960 euro annui); con la maggiorazione, 96 euro al mese per un massimo di 12 mesi (1.152 euro annui).

Nel caso in cui, invece, il valore non sia superiore a 7.000 euro annui, ammonta a 160 euro al mese per un massimo di 12 mesi (1.920 euro annui); con la maggiorazione, 192 euro al mese per un massimo di 12 mesi (2.304 euro annui).

La circolare contiene, inoltre, le istruzioni da seguire in caso di perdita di uno dei requisiti e per la presentazione di una nuova domanda nei casi di rettifica dell’ISEE.

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