After the April law and the identification of the two associations (Community of Sant’Egidio And I get up again) who will act as an intermediary for the arrival in San Marino of the unaccompanied foreign minors, today the president of Still I Rise, Nicolò Govoni, was received at Palazzo Begni: “Your land – he underlined – demonstrates a unique humanity”.
“I think it is commendable how San Marino has shown not only generosity and humanity – he says Nicolò Govoni – but also a bureaucratic and political agility that in our, albeit limited, experience like Still I Rise we have never seen. Even when dealing with Italian institutions it is difficult to see such an immediate concreteness; we are talking about two years ago that we had the first very informal conversation about this project and even less than two years later we have already arrived at a bill approved unanimously and now we are talking about the first who will become foster owners, one therefore incredible speed of which the Republic of San Marino must be proud“.
I am already several couples in the area concerned to carry out the assignment process, one in particular “It is essential – highlights the president of the Council Commission for Foreign Affairs” Paolo Rondelli – disseminate knowledge of this standard “.
“Any activity that can bring to the attention of San Marino families and San Marino people eager to do good and welcoming unaccompanied minors – adds Rondelli – is certainly a positive activity. More families and people will be able to apply for more opportunities to do good to minors in conditions of extreme suffering “.
The association last night Actively handed over to Govoni the proceeds from the first edition of “However … what a sight!”, event on mototherapy organized in September.
In the report the interviews a Nicolò Govoni (president Still I Rise) e Paolo Rondelli (President of the Foreign Affairs Council Commission)