Palace has got a new advisor.David Tomatis was appointed Advisor to the Prince's Cabinet on 1 November. He began his career in government service in 1989 at the Department of Finance and Economics, he joined Monaco Mediax in 1995, an entity in which he served as Vice President Delegate. Mediax Monaco is a company that produces many events in the Principality as Imagina exhibition, or the Sportel Monaco Media Forum. It will support the firm princely records relating to political events and the media. It will also be associated with the review of fiscal and economic issues. David Tomatis is a citizen of Monaco. He holds a Masters degree in Economics. Aged 49, he is married with one child. translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.monacomatin.mc%2Farticle%2Fderniere-minute-monaco%2Fdavid-tomatis-nomme-au-cabinet-princier&sl=fr&tl=en&hl=en&ie=UTF-8
So he is the new Stahl. Let's see what he will do.
"Kallakis played a good game, he associated with Prince Albert of Monaco, claimed to be the ambassador for the Republic of San Marino and complained of the media's negative attitude towards the wealthy. In the snake pit that it is the City of London, he was seen as a major property dealmaker."
Albert needs a soulguard even more than a bodyguard.
Last Edit: Jan 20, 2013 15:39:48 GMT -5 by margarita
Well, this sums up Fat Al's life perfectly. Doesn't it?
great example of "waist training." this 6 years older lady (who most likely has a high-paying fan club for private entertainment) is probably the "bread winner" in the "family." i don't see this kid being paid much. He could be made to feel it's an honor to be in the association of the palais.
All very staged, cutesy with working in the advertising via the fashion. i guess that's how the "wedding" was paid for. This dashing duo best latch on while they can and enjoy the fleeting moments.
I'm not sure if he means one monarch for all of Italy or he means a return to many kings or principalities on one territory 🤔 as before. And even then they didn't get along enough to present a coherent, unified state as far as I recall. Kind of like in the Middle East today.
Good points. Arguably the plurality of parties, just like the plurality of yore, of principalities, points to a natural tendency to rule by majority, unforeign to a democratic process. In Sumer, the first ever king WAS elected. How it became hereditary harks to people not wanting to share power once they experienced it. Age old problem between the collective and personal interest. Sigh. Italians though have since the Romans at least, always recognized leadership and organizing beneath it. But like with fashion, they need to change it up ever so often.