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“Rai also controls the artists”. Left Pasdaran also from Floris

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“Rai also controls the artists”.  Left Pasdaran also from Floris

Elisabetta Piccolotti, deputy of the Alleanza Verdi Sinistra Italiana and wife of Nicola Fratoianni, has no doubts and comments with clear and decisive words, for example Affaritaliani.itthe statements of the Rai presenter Mara Venier

“These are not acceptable excuses. Everyone has the right to speak and if there is no time, Rai can invite them again on other occasions to give them the right space that they deserve without reading remedial statements that smack of censorship”. Elisabetta Piccolotti, deputy of the Alleanza Verdi Sinistra Italiana and wife of Nicola Fratoianni, has no doubts and comments with clear and decisive words, for example Affaritaliani.itthe statements of the Rai presenter Mara Venierwho after the case of censorship of Dargen D’Amico and Ghali on what is happening in Palestine and the Gaza Strip said that “they were free to speak, but there was no time”.

Piccolotti, the television face of the left-left who pierces the video and who has excellent communication and media skills, strikes home the blow: “Rai is becoming a place where freedom no longer exists, but there is an obsessive control of the contents even over the artists and singers. All this is absolutely illiberal and the blame lies with the RAI management and the centre-right majority who expressed it.”

Elisabetta Piccolotti

The AVS deputy is almost a regular guest at Floris, but according to some observers and communication experts she is not particularly effective. But who is Elisabetta Piccolotti? She lives in Foligno, with her husband Nicola Fratoianni (ex-national coordinator of the Young Communist League and national secretary of the Italian Left), with whom she has a son: Adrianoborn in 2013. The two were civilly married in Foligno on 3 September 2019, in front of Nichi Vendola (former president of the Puglia region and recently returned to active politics as president of the Italian Left) who celebrated the wedding.

Piccolotti is born in Camerino in the province of Maceratabut she grew up in Foligno (Perugia), where she attended classical high school and then obtained the three-year degree in communication in globalization society at the Roma Tre University. Since she was young she has been involved in left-wing politics, joining Rifondazione Comunista. In September 2006 she became the national spokesperson of the Young Communist League together with Federico Tomasello. She remained in office until the beginning of 2009, when she left the party to join Nichi Vendola’s Movement for the Left, which a few months later gave birth to Sinistra Ecologia Libertà (SEL), of which she was part of the national coordination as Communications Manager.

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Nicola Fratoianni and Elisabetta Piccolotti

From July 2009 to July 2013 she was councilor for culture at the Municipality of Foligno, until his party left the municipal majority. In the 2014 municipal elections in Umbria she ran as mayor of Foligno, supported by the “Sinistra Ecologia Libertà-Civica” list, obtaining 7% of the votes and not taking part in the run-off, but being elected opposition municipal councilor, a role she played until 2019.

In 2017, with the dissolution of SEL and its merger into the Italian Left as a party, Piccolotti participated in its foundationof which she later became coordinator of the national secretariat.

In the early political elections of 2022 she ran for the Chamber of Deputies for the Green and Left Alliance and was elected in the Puglia-04 multi-member constituency. In the XIX legislature he is a member of the 7th Culture, Science and Education Commissionof the Parliamentary Anti-Mafia Commission and of the Supervisory Committee on documentation activity.

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