Coffee Break, Mollicone-Zan teases: “The Draghi government fell because of the Democratic Party”

Coffee Break, Mollicone-Zan teases: “The Draghi government fell because of the Democratic Party”

Brothers of Italy deputy Federico Mollicone clashes with Democratic Party colleague Alessandro Zan for the end of the Draghi government. The issue of crisis is addressed by Mr. Deputy during the September 8 edition of Coffee Break, the television program La7 that sees Andrea Pancani at work: “The Draghi government fell because of the left that wanted to impose Ius Scholae and the liberalization of cannabis, instead of worrying about with bills, expensive energy and business recovery. We were in the opposition and that’s why we don’t say it, but the center-right forces that were in the national unity government say that the cause was the change in the political agenda for which the Democratic Party decided to put two flags at the end of the legislature, the extension of citizenship to immigrants indirectly and the liberalization of cannabis.

Pancani then moves on to another topic: what is the presidentialism proposed by Fdi? Mollicone explains everything: “I reply to Zan and Letta with the proposal of the constitutionalist of the Democratic Party, Stefano Ceccanti, who proposed the direct election of the President of the Republic on March 3, 2018. He is an illustrious constitutionalist, who as a first bill when he entered Parliament he had this idea urgently. Even the Democratic Party was in favor and now just out of demagoguery and ideology they are saying these things in the electoral campaign. We have already announced our intention – continues Mollicone – to want to hold a Bicameral after the elections, to reassure the entire Parliament and the entire political scene to make the proposals together. The electoral law much criticized by Letta was made by the Democratic Party, we did not choose the law to reach 70% of the seats. Our proposal – concludes Mr. .Deputy – is made to get out of this parliamentary democracy”.

Source: IL Tempo

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