Brothers of Italy will vote yes to the dissolution of Forza Nuova, but also of “all subversive formations”
Fratelli d’Italia said it was in favor of the dissolution of Forza Nuova but also of “all subversive formations”. This was stated by Fabio Rampelli, deputy of the Brothers of Italy, after last Saturday’s assault on the national headquarters of the CGIL by neo-fascists and no green pass.
During a speech on Radio24, the deputy and vice-president of the Chamber had initially announced that the Brothers of Italy will vote in favor of the motion for the dissolution of the far-right party led by Roberto Fiore, promoted by the Democratic Party after the events on Saturday. we have already said that we will vote for it, ”said Rampelli.
Subsequently, Rampelli specified that FdI will vote on another motion presented by the center-right which, in addition to Forza Nuova, will ask to dissolve “all” the subversive formations. “There is a motion of the center-right on which we are working, and which we will support, which provides for the dissolution of all subversive formations that use violence, however they are politically placed”.
The former exponent of the Italian Social Movement has also distanced himself from Forza Nuova, denying that the party protagonist of the clashes on Saturday has its headquarters in a building attributable to an entity controlled by FdI.
“The Rome office is owned by the National Alliance Foundation and after months and months of occupation and eviction attempts, those of Forza Nuova have been thrown out,” he said. “We have never had anything to do with them,” added Rampelli, arguing that an intervention by the judiciary would still be preferable to that of the parliament.
“There is a motion, we are in favor, but I think the judiciary has all the tools to determine whether a formation should be dissolved or not”, he told Radio 24. “It is not the task of Parliament but of the judiciary”, he added Rampelli.
Yesterday the group leader of the Brothers of Italy in the Chamber Francesco Lollobrigida had instead argued that it would be up to the government to take measures, rather than to parliament. “The government can dissolve subversive organizations. Why hasn’t the Democratic Party that ruled in the last 10 years yet? If the government has to act, let it do so, ”Lollobrigida said.
The violence on Saturday sparked fierce controversy among the parties that support the majority. Yesterday Silvio Berlusconi asked the allies to adopt a unitary position, after the initial opposition of several center-right exponents to the motion filed in the Senate and in the Chamber by the Democratic Party, which asks the government to “follow up on the constitutional of reorganization of the dissolved fascist party ”. “I had a telephone conversation with Giorgia Meloni and Matteo Salvini. At the center the condemnation for the violence perpetrated in Rome as in Milan, of every color, to the detriment of the union and the police and the need for a position – unitary – of the center-right, ”Berlusconi said on Twitter.
The center-right parties in the past few hours have also condemned the words of the deputy secretary of the Democratic Party Giuseppe Provenzano, who had accused Giorgia Meloni of perpetuating the “ambiguity” that places her “outside the republican arc”. Meloni responded harshly to the words of the former minister for the South of the Conte government, accusing the Democratic Party of wanting to “get rid of the Brothers of Italy”. On Sunday, the president of the Brothers of Italy on the sidelines of the national meeting of the far-right Spanish party Vox, said she did not know the “matrix” of the assault on the CGIL.
In Italy up to now three political movements have been dissolved by applying the Scelba law of 1952, which implemented the XII transitional and final provision of the Republican Constitution, which prohibits “the reorganization, in any form, of the dissolved Fascist party”. These are the New Order in 1973, the National Avant-garde in 1976 and the National Front in 2000.