The secretary of the Democratic Party Elly Schlein and Prime Minister Meloni spoke on the phone to talk about the situation in the Middle East, on the day in which six motions are being voted on in Parliament, one from the majority and five from the opposition.
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The secretary of the Democratic Party Elly Schlein and the prime minister Giorgia Meloni would have spoken twice today on the telephone. At the center of the telephone conversations, the first shorter and the second more detailed, explains Adnkronos, the situation in the Middle East, a comparison in light of the discussion underway in the Chamber, with the motion presented by the dems in which they ask for a cease humanitarian fire and a peace conference . Schlein, in recent days, had announced that he would call the prime minister to urge her to implement an initiative for peace in the Middle East.
“We think it is necessary for this Parliament to express itself for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire, in order to free all the hostages, to stop the massacre of civilians, to bring all the necessary humanitarian aid to the Palestinian civilian population and to finally resume a path of peace in the Middle East” , said Schlein speaking in the Chamber during the examination of the motions on the conflict between Israel and Hamas. “We need an international interposition mission in Gaza, involving Arab countries, under the aegis of the United Nations” , he added.
Six motions are voted on in the Chamber: one by the majority and five by the opposition (Pd, M5S, AVS, Azione and Italia Viva) were presented. In the meantime, Montecitorio has approved the motion presented by the majority deputies. After the phone call between the Prime Minister and the secretary of the Democratic Party, there was an opening by the government on some parts of the PD motion, in particular the point that asks the Government to “support every initiative aimed at pursuing the unconditional release of the Israeli hostages and to call for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza” . However, the premise of the text was rejected. Ok also to the motion presented by Azione and to most of the one filed by Iv.
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Instead, stop the document of the 5 Star Movement, with the green light however for the part that calls for the opening of humanitarian corridors, support for international initiatives for the release of hostages, and to inform Parliament on the authorization for the export of weapons and on the Red Sea missions. Finally, the motion of the Greens and Left Alliance was rejected, except for the commitment to convene a peace conference.