wide debate, between aspects to be strengthened and gaps to be filled
And the first reading, and the Chamber unanimously highlighted the need to work on the text in the Commission, between aspects to be strengthened and gaps to be filled. From Pasquale Valentino (Pdcs), established the principle of respect for life, which is found in three aspects of the PDL: wanting to avoid abortion, not considering it an instrument of birth control and defining the IVG crime outside the ambitious provisions of the law. But he points out a contradiction: “Being able to have an abortion within 12 weeks without giving reasons makes the story downgrade – he says – to birth control”. He asks for a clear and enforceable law Marica Montemaggio (Free), which decriminalizes abortion and “do not hear us women of the murderers “invoking however – if you want a country with zero abortion – to look at prevention and education, from the family to school.
On line Carlotta Andruccioli (Domani Motus Liberi), which in soliciting tools to support motherhood, defines abortion as a defeat for women and society. And he highlights two of the gaps that were then cited by almost all the directors: in the head, theconscientious objection of the doctor and the protection of privacy and confidentiality.
From Maria Luisa Berti (Npr) precisely to the general structure of the critical text that “regulates the exercise of the abortion faculty rather than the right of the unborn child” – he argues, reiterating the only rationale in the “protection of life”. It is above all male advisers who highlight the absence or marginality of the father figure – in a bipartisan way, from Michele Muratori by Libera a Gaetano Troina of Domani Motus Liberi, which among the observations of the regulation of abortion in the affiliated structures outside the territory as not very feasible and returns to ask for the training of young people.
The Secretary looks to young people to be educated in “conscious sexuality” Andrea Belluzzi who hopes for the work in the Commission “ability to listen and exercise democracy” and an increase in the quality of the text from the work in the Chamber. “A text to be filled in with contents” for Matteo Ciacci (Free) for abortion to be “legal, safe and accessible,” while it is critical Andrea Zafferani (RF): “6 months of work for an incomplete law that refers all the regulations to the ISS”, inviting reflection on missing aspects, as well as on the delicate issue of abortion after 12 weeks. “It is up to us – he says on the matter Riccardo Stefanelli Pdcs) – building a complete law, the best possible, is not a matter of the majority or of the opposition, it is a theme of Parliament knowing that there are different sensitivities ”. Sandra Giardi (Mixed Group) recalls the objective of protecting free conscious choice, supporting women with a series of health, economic and assistance tools that the institutions implement. Of the same opinion Luca Boschi (Libera), who in any case speaks of a “historic result” for the country, “removing a veil”. And he also speaks of “epochal turning point, 44 years after Italy” Matteo Zeppa (Network), which asks to strip ideologies, for a law that protects women. “The referendum broke down a wall” – he also says Giuseppe Morgantiand “opened a dialogue, even if there is a lot to do”, in supporting the woman towards the choice, “in an aseptic but effective way”.
Appreciate an “articulated debate” Alessandro Mancini (NPR), hopes to continue on a path of sharing, noting the effective contribution of the oppositions. Underlining also moved by Sara Conti (RF) who calls the whole Chamber to the “best possible text”, despite the emphasis on the lack of tools for the couple who must choose.
“Respect for the positions in the Chamber, but also respect for the will of the referendum” he urges Matteo Rossi (NPR). And on this it is provocative Eva Guidi (Libera): “Hasn’t the referendum already been celebrated?” He asks, speaking of the echo of the referendum campaign in the Chamber. “More can be done in this law” – he says – for example, on prevention in young people, as well as in supporting to the woman who decides not to have an abortion, but not in this pdl “.
“We are already late – he says Alessandro Bevitori (Free) – there are no more arguments to be made, we must apply the popular will ”. Freeze Network Position: for Emanuele Santi “Politics in 10 years did not want to address the issue”; Alberto Spagni Reffi notes the “constant shame of the House for the delays towards women’s rights. We have the duty to grasp the popular will ”- he says and is peremptory together with Giovanni Zonzini: they hope for its rapid approval, “we will oppose – they say – attempts to set up obstacles that make it inapplicable”. Replica From Dc Maria Aida Selva: recalls non-negotiable values and speaks of “one of the darkest moments for the country”, while for Barbara Gozi it is the “defeat of life. The IVG is not a solution, it is a wound “. Alice Mina, in detecting the delicacy of the theme, a desirable “intelligent approach and listening”, in order to fill in the gaps in the text. Of note, the thrust of Nicola Renzi by RF al Secretary Ugolini: “I would never have signed a law like this – he says – does not respond to the requests of the referendums”, asking for a serious discussion with the committees, before landing in commission. From the Secretary to the Family, Ugolini reiterated the full adherence project tools to the referendum question, returning to admit the need to implement accessories to protect the weak and unborn life, as well as parenting, but concludes “it is intolerable that San Marino women continue to have abortions outside the territory”.