According to cable day, Italy’s Supreme Court issued a decision in July that rejected the claim of a 35 year old part-time music teacher. The teacher said his annual income of 20000 euros (about 165000 yuan) was not enough to spend and hoped to get financial support from his parents. The case has been tried for five years. In the first ruling, a judge in Tuscany, central Italy, ruled that the plaintiff was entitled to 300 euros (2480 yuan) a month from his parents. Justice Maria Christina giankola, who presided over the Supreme Court ruling, wrote that adult children “should find a way to make a living on their own.”. Giancola said the Italian legal system gives special protection to children with physical or mental defects, but if the children are physically and mentally healthy, the parents’ financial support “cannot be sustained indefinitely”. “In any case, it is difficult to find an independent job as an excuse for her children to find an active career.”. < / P > < p > according to a study by the Italian National Bureau of statistics in 2019, about 64.3% of young people aged 18 to 34 live with their parents. The study found that only 36.5% of the young people living with their parents were students, 38.2% had a job and 23.7% were looking for a job. In addition, according to the Bureau of statistics, the unemployment rate of young Italians aged 15 to 24 is about 30%. Gian etore gasani, President of the Italian Association of marriage lawyers, welcomed the court’s decision. “This is a cultural and educational verdict and a warning to everyone in this country,” he told CNN He said the ruling “sets some restrictions to prevent children in their 40s from constantly asking for financial support from their parents.” One out of every three divorce proceedings in Italy involves financial support for adult children from both husband and wife, according to gasani. Citing similar data from Spain, France and other countries, he said Italy was not the only country with adult children demanding financial support from their parents, but “absolutely the worst.”. He said young people in Italy must be braver and have the will to take risks. According to CNN, it is common for adult children to ask their parents for financial support. Adult children living with their parents are often referred to in Italy as “bamboccioni”, meaning “giant baby”.