Renato Brunetta

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Person.png Renato Brunetta  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Renato Brunetta daticamera 2018.jpg
Born15 May 1950
Alma materUniversity of Padua
InterestsGreen pass
PartyItalian Socialist Party, The People of Freedom, Forza Italia
Italian minister who let the digital lobby penetrate public administration

Employment.png Italy/Minister of Public Administration

In office
13 February 2021 - Present

Employment.png Italy/Minister of Public Administration

In office
8 May 2008 - 16 November 2011

Employment.png Member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies

In office
23 April 2008 - Present

Renato Brunetta is an Italian politician and Minister of Public Administration since February 2021, where was part of implementing the Green pass vaccine passport for "socialization in school, in the workplace and on recreational occasions and entertainment".[1]

“If we haven’t reached a vaccination level of between 80% and 90%, we will pass a law to impose the Covid-19 vaccine on all people who are against it.”
Renato Brunetta - Italian Minister of Public Administration (6 September 2021)  [2]


In 2009 Brunetta, on behalf of the Berlusconi government, signed a memorandum of understanding with IBM to "train" public managers, including school leaders. Thanks to this, the American multinational had green light to create its own lobby to get access to the public education sector. This cozy relationship was strengthened by Matteo Renzi in 2016, when the former minister also ceded access to the health data of the Italian population to IBM.[3][4]

With Brunetta as Minister of Public Administration in the Draghi government from 2021, this infiltration of public administration to continue, as the Green pass is an IBM project.

"In the forefront internationally"

On Oct. 15 2021, Italy declared that any worker who fails to present a valid health certificate will be suspended on no pay, but cannot be sacked. People who ignore the decree and go to work regardless will face a fine of between 600 to 1,500 euros ($705-$1,175). The sanction for employers will be 400-1000 euros.

"Nothing like this has been done in Europe ... we are putting ourselves in the forefront internationally," said Public Administration Minister Renato Brunetta. He added that the government expected an "enormous" acceleration of jabs simply by the announcement of the decree, so that much of its desired effect could be achieved before it actually comes into effect in a month's time.[5]

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