Tiziano Ferro: “I will not give my children an Italian passport because it does not include my husband”

Tiziano Ferro: “I will not give my children an Italian passport because it does not include my husband”

Tiziano Ferro explains in an interview with Rolling Stone why he decided not to give his children an Italian passport, as it would end up excluding her husband Victor.

Author: Ilaria Costabile

In a long interview with Rolling Stone Italia, Tiziano Ferro spoke about his new musical project, which has the collaboration of Brunori Sas and Dimartino, but also about his new role as a father and in this sense he revealed his fears and perplexities in relation to a country, Italy, which seems not to want to adapt to the changing world.

Tiziano Ferro and attention to rights

The Latin singer’s first bitter consideration comes when talking about the upcoming political elections on September 25, and while declaring not to shirk his duty as a citizen, he raises doubts: “I vote, I have always voted, even very different things. I just feel, as an artist, I don’t have to take sides. Except in rights, because it’s a civil issue, not a partisan issue.” Tiziano Ferro’s biggest fears concern a possible retrogression of civil rights that, even today, are not recognized and his condition is taken as an example:

Today, if I want to bring my children to Italy, I know that they would be entitled to half parental supervision, even if there are two people who can take care of them. If they’re sick, only I can go to the ER because Victor isn’t on the passport, which is an aberration. In addition to agreeing or not, morality, guilt built at the table, I’ve always thought that my rights don’t take anything away from others.

The decision not to passport for children

The singer then continues his speech explaining that precisely because of this latent recognition of rights that would be normal and immediate, he made the decision not to give his children an Italian passport, focusing on how much this condition caused him suffering:

So when this thing takes a face, which is your kids, that’s when it hurts you. That’s why I still haven’t given them an Italian passport, even if they’re entitled, maybe I’ll do it later, or they’ll do it. In fact, letting them in with an Italian passport would only have disadvantages, while as Americans I’m calm, I know that if I come on tour Victor can take care of them… It’s something that might seem stupid, and instead makes me suffer. until death.

Source: Fan Page IT

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