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News preview The M5s will vote yes to the authorization to proceed against Salvini

The M5s will vote yes to the authorization to proceed against Salvini

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Rains and thunderstorms throughout Italy • The European Parliament pronounces on Malta and the crime of Daphne Caruana Galizia • The new British Parliament is inaugurated • Confidence in the Senate on school • Meeting between majority and opposition on electoral law • In Rome Berlusconi presents the book Vespa • Christmas Concert in Sant'Ambrogio in Milan • The Toscanini archive passes to the Gramsci Institute of Turin • The Pinocchio by Matteo Garrone e The goddess Fortuna by Ferzan Ozpetek • Brachetti at the Colosseum in Turin • On Rai Uno Sanremo young with Amadeus, the new debuts on Sky Masterchef • The Gospel of today: Zechariah and Elizabeth.

Luigi Di Maio has made it known that he will vote and will vote yes to the authorization to proceed against Matteo Salvini. The court of ministers of Catania asked the Senate immunity junta for the second time to try the League leader. The accusation: kidnapping of the 131 migrants arrested last July on board the coastguard ship Gregoretti. They were forbidden, by order of Salvini at that time Minister of the Interior, to go ashore for five days. Salvini said he was curious "to see if the M5s will vote as in the Diciotti case, given that this story is of the same case". In the Eighteen case, being Lega and M5s allies of government, the grillini voted against the trial. Di Maio, last night in Door to Doorhe explained that this time it will be different: «When we blocked Diciotti a year earlier, it was because Europe did not listen to us. We made the big voice and then we managed to get redistribution in other European countries. A year later, the redistribution worked, so the Gregoretti blockade was not an action decided by the government, but by the Interior Minister Salvini. In this case the prevailing public interest was not there, it was a personal action, so much so that afterwards he landed them ».

Luigi Di Maio
Luigi Di Maio

Italy, following the rejections of Libyan migrants, was reported to the United Nations Human Rights Committee. Formal action initiated by the Global Legal Action Network (Glan), on behalf of a South Sudanese citizen who in November 2018 had been forcibly returned, together with 90 other migrants, to a Libyan port after being rescued by a merchant in the Mediterranean.

Culture and Shows

From today in theaters Pinocchio by Matteo Garrone, with Federico Ielapi, Roberto Benigni, Gigi Proietti, Rocco Papaleo and Massimo Ceccherini. Giuseppe Videtti on on Friday (la Repubblica): «Geppetto:“ Pinocchio, say something ”. The puppet: "Babbooo". Geppetto: "I was born a son!". Roberto Benigni, aged and white beard, is a crazy, impressive, new mask. In the basilica of Sant'Ambrogio a Milano Christmas concert by the Carlo Coccia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Massimiliano Caldi (21 pm). Other concerts: Francesco Renga is at the Romolo Valli Municipal Theater in Reggio Emilia, Nek at the New Carisport Theater in Cesena (Forlì-Cesena), Ludovico Einaudi at the Dal Verme Theater in Milano, Fabrizio Moro at the Ariston Theater of Sanremo (Imperia), Niccolò Fabi at the Santa Chiara Auditorium Theater in Trento, Cristina Donà at the Aurora Theater in Scandicci (Florence), Giovanni Allevi at the Metropolitan Theater of Catania; the Jethro Tull are at the Capitol of Pordenone, the Massimo Volume at the Mood Social Club of Rende (Cosenza).

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