Gianfranco Fini returns to TV: “Parliament decides on civil rights. Remain the masks in hospitals “
“I am not an inspirer of Giorgia Meloni, it does not need inspirers.” Gianfranco Fini returns to television after an absence lasting years and warns the new Prime Minister against the Allies, to whom you would “open a road”. “The fact that Fratelli d’Italia has collected more votes than those put together by Forza Italia and Legamia agitates the allies who have the right to emphasize their identity,” said the founder of National Alliance, who had 14 years ago Supported the appointment of Meloni to Vice -President of the Chamber, at only 29 years old. “I can say that there were those who indicated a road, which then it’s up to the youngest to travel,” he said in an interview half an hour on Rai3, refusing the “inspiring” label of the first woman who arrived to lead the Italian government.
“It will have to be patient and skilled in an attempt to keep all together, in the context of a single program and available resources, acting on the basis of shared values. I take it for granted that there will be fibrillations “, underlined the former president of the Chamber, protagonist of harsh clashes with the then leader of the center -right, Silvio Berlusconi, in the last phase of his political career. Making confident in the people of freedoms, led by the Knight, was according to Fini “an unforgivable error”. “I do not forgive him to myself,” said the former secretary of the Italian social movement, who also made mea culpa for the skepticism with which he had accepted the idea of founding brothers of Italy. “I first said: ‘But where do they go?’. I didn’t believe it, but now I have to say that they were right and wrong. “
During the interview, he once again defended the turning point of Fiuggi, with whom he formally denied the ties with fascism. “I don’t know if Meloni was, who was 18 years old. But there was the secretary of his section, Fabio Rampelli, who told me that they were recognized in that turning point: we wrote that anti -fascism had been essential for the return of the democratic values that fascism had oppressed, “said Fini, adding That with this choice, the left “cannot light the anti -fascism switch in an instrumental way”. “With this declaration of ours, the left pointed out that it could not be continued to say that fascism had returned. Fiuggi put an end to a season, “continued Fini, who called some of the accusations made to Meloni” laughable “. “Do they ask to recognize anti -fascism as a value? We said it in Fiuggi and Meloni did not dissociate himself. “
In Meloni, Fini also recommended to make “attention” on civil rights. “They are a delicate matter, especially when you decide on family and sexual orientation. These are divisive arguments, on which elements of strong cultural, religious identity are confronted; the secular attitude of the institutions; The changing sensitivity and scientific evolution, “she explained. “Every time it was decided, in Italy, it has arrived at divisive positions. And – I say it with a tip of controversy – the minister of equal opportunities Roccella is one of the parliamentarians who promised to promote the referendum to repeal civil unions … perhaps it is better than to decide, on this point, it is Parliament. And that remain mandatory masks in hospitals “.
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