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They present in Italy a motion to outlaw neo-fascist movements

Specifically, it calls for the outlawing of the Forza Nuova movement, which last Saturday used a demonstration against the covid-19 health passport to sow chaos in Rome, storming the headquarters of the country’s largest union, the CGIL, and injuring four people in the siege of a hospital.

The group of Italian Democratic Party (PD), the largest progressive formation in the country, presented a motion in Parliament on Monday to call for the outlawing of neo-fascist movements, after the violent demonstrations that sowed chaos last Saturday in Rome.

The motion, launched in the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, urges the Government of Mario Draghi, which heads a coalition between all the parties except the ultra-right-wing Brothers of Italy, to “follow the constitutional dictate that prohibits the reorganization of the dissolved Fascist Party” by adopting the appropriate measures.

This rule in fact allowed in the past the outlawing of other parties, such as New Order in 1973, National Vanguard in 1976 and National Front in 2000.

Specifically, it is requested to make the movement illegal Forza Nuova, which last Saturday used a demonstration against the covid-19 health passport to sow chaos in Rome, attacking the headquarters of the largest union in the country, the CGIL, and wounding four people in the siege of a hospital.

At the moment, the initiative has the confirmed support of the largest party in the hemicycle, the Five Star Movement.

The General Secretary of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini, who met with Draghi at the union headquarters this Monday, has asked not to “underestimate” what happened, because it was a premeditated “fascist assault” and has demanded that “the Constitution be applied” and “the organizations that make apology be dissolved. of fascism “.

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