New folk like Scilipoti

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ďBut is it really true that Orellana wants to act like Scilipoti? I voted for M5S (and up until now, Iím very satisfied with the vote given to a real opposition, movement, something that has been absent for at least 20 years), and I gave my vote to the Movement that had given a commitment not to make any alliance with these parties. I donít want M5S senators to cause the re-entry via the window - of a party (the PD) on whom (with good reason) I have already closed the door in their face. Itís useless to add that in case of convergence with the PD my vote for the M5S would be lost for ever! Everyone I know that voted for the M5S thinks just like me in relation to these wretched convergences (that I hope are just hypothetical) between the M5S and the PD, that would inevitably drag the Movement into the PD-mud (a night when all cats are ash-grey, made of spending on war, so called "peace" missions, high speed TAV trains, great public works projects, incinerators, privatization, flexible-ization precariousness-ization, hatchet cutting of social spending, dictatorship of "more Europe", subservience to the banks and the financial system, etc. etc. etc.).
APPEAL TO ALL M5S ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES: remember that "One person is worth One", but once you have been elected to a representative body you cannot then believe yourself to be "a greater One than the others": You have to take on the obligations imposed on you by the nearly nine million people that delegated you to represent them. You have the precise duty to keep to the fundamental commitments made." Alessandro B., Turin

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Beppe I do not understand why the dissidents are not going home? They broke the rules, they should not be in Parliament, they let us down, shame! shame! shame!

Posted by: Wolly Wally | September 7, 2013 09:56 AM


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