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Schlein: “The reform of the premiership is dangerous, it weakens Parliament and the head of state”

"The right has always dreamed of the model of a man alone in command, today of a woman, little changes. But democracy is something else, the country has already given up on that profile and it hasn't gone well"

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The reform of premiership “It is dangerous because it weakens Parliament, already debased by the emergency decree, and the prerogatives of the President of the Republic. If there is a figure who has allowed us to safeguard the international credibility and stability of this country in recent years, it is the President of the Republic". The secretary of the Democratic Party said it, Elly Schlein, who spoke at the national assembly of the People's Party. “The right has always dreamed of the model of a man alone in command, today of a woman, little changes. But democracy is something else, the country has already given that profile and it hasn't gone well,” she added.


“We are faced with epochal challenges such as the climatic, demographic and technological ones which are upsetting our reality and frightening our societies – continued Schlein – If we do not understand the profound root of that fear, politics will not be able to provide answers concrete ones that are not the ideological and illusory ones based on the lies of the nationalists, who say that in the face of an increasingly interconnected world, salvation means closing oneself within increasingly narrow fences". “There is nothing more wrong. The truth is that none of these challenges can be resolved within national borders alone, added the secretary of the Democratic Party, underlining the "need for European integration".

Then, on the issue of pensions: "Let's say no to the cuts that the Meloni government is carrying out for doctors, nurses, teachers, educators" - continued the secretary of the Democratic Party - "We ask to work on a guarantee pension for young people, because they risk never seeing it due to the precariousness of the job which has created uncertain paths", he added. A "fundamental battle in the fight against the birth rate".

This is “a government that is hostile to renewables and it is not clear why, in a country that has extraordinary potential. Let's listen to those companies that ask to be supported in the new renewable power,” she added. “In the alternative maneuver of the Democratic Party we proposed incentives to put solar panels on all industrial, commercial and agricultural buildings so we support them,” explained the Dem secretary.

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