Pd, Enza Bruno Bossio sings Schlein’s praises: “With her there is a clear change of pace”


By John

“Yesterday I spoke at the meeting of the National Direction of the Democratic Party to underline an appreciation of the secretary’s work Elly Schlein on some strategic issues for the Democratic Party. It’s obvious,” he declares Enza Bruno Bossio, member of the national leadership of the Democratic Party, “the change of pace that was introduced by the secretary on crucial issues. First of all on immigration: not only is Elly’s arrival important Cutro a year after that massacre without answers, but above all the abandonment of the idea of ​​security of welcome which was dominant in the Democratic Party for some years. No one can forget, starting from those who were already PD parliamentarians in 2017 and who are still parliamentarians today, that unfortunately we introduced the CPR (I voted against, but I was the usual, isolated, pain in the ass). As well as the position on the Middle East: from the clear condemnation of Hamas to the equally clear condemnation of the dramatic massacre of civilians, especially children, in Gaza, reaffirming the proposal of two peoples, two states. For years only a few of us were able to talk about the rights of the Palestinian people. And faced, alas, with a succession of continuous massacres of poor workers, we stop discussing whether job acts are yes or no, and we address the issue of job security, forcefully raising the issue of its dignity, through the minimum wage and the right to a dignified survival income. In the coming weeks we will be called to intervene on another no less strategic issue: the possibility for citizens to choose their own representatives. It is hoped that the debate on the third mandate (a proposal that I agree with) can be an opportunity to counteract the populist politics of the right for the direct election of the prime minister, and that, as said yesterday by the secretary, a PD law can be filed that finally reintroduces the preferences for the choice of parliamentarians. A way to prevent parliamentarians from being nominated by the parties and not chosen by the territories, but also a way to enhance the sovereignty of Parliament. It would not be acceptable if the internal discussion in the Democratic Party should still be conditioned by the most heated positions against preferences, especially on the part of those who have made the derogation from the third parliamentary mandate a profession of self-referentiality”.