The Council’s passage in December – focused on the Budget law – represents a watershed for the current legislature, becoming a true test bench for the government majority.
We of San Marino writes it in a note, adding: “Since the birth of this Executive, our Movement has chosen to interpret political activity – in the institutions and in the country – under the banner of sobriety, avoiding recourse to a “social” exhibition for its own sake. Providing a loyal contribution in the courtroom on the contents, always in support of the majority, of the Government and of the List Noi per la Repubblica (NPR).
We firmly believe that the Noi per la Repubblica list project is a heritage to be defended without any reluctance. The construction of a liberal democratic area collaborating with the experience of European socialism within a reformist framework is a priority for us. An open project, without prejudices but built on things to do.
Our history, our identity, our references of values – anchored to the San Marino spirit – do not represent a limit but a starting point, from a plural point of view, to find collaborations and convergences with historical and deeply rooted cultural areas in the country but also with sectors of public opinion eager to commit themselves to the future of our state.
On these aspects, in the next few days, we will convene a moment of assembly to give way to a relaunch of our business”.