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Political elections 2022, the collection of signatures and the quibble amendment. Let’s be clear

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Political elections 2022, the collection of signatures and the quibble amendment.  Let’s be clear

Cleopatra’s nose and the collection of signatures… Will Carlo Calenda’s Action be able to present himself in the elections with his own symbol? Must you necessarily merge into a plank with Renzi’s Iv or do you enjoy an infinitesimal exemption and, therefore, can you run alone? And the new new lists – from Italexit di Paragone (right), Unione Popolare di Luigi De Magistris (left), Italia Sovrana e Popolare (right & left together, Rizzo-Ingroia) – because the signatures must necessarily be collected, under the umbrellas and the sun lion, an executioner’s effort? World history, as we know, is made up of little stories. Cleopatra’s nose. Napoleon’s coat. Events that seem infinitesimal and, instead, ‘turn towards’ epochal facts. To say, which and how many parties can be presented in the elections? The question, apparently, provides for a simple answer: all those who are constituted in groups (at least 20 deputies and 10 senators) to the Chambers plus all those who manage to collect signatures and who, not present in Parliament, are the ‘new ‘. Except that, in reality, to this question, for 2 months, the answer has become much more convoluted and seriously risks to ‘change direction’ in the elections because, based on a ‘technicality’, there are some ‘saved’ (from the collection signatures) and many ‘submerged’. In fact, as regards the next political elections (and, consequently, the political framework that will emerge, government in the first place), it was not the electoral law, the Rosatellum, that ‘changed towards’ the rules. That already existed (launched in 2017 and with which it was voted in 2018), was only adequate to cut the number of …

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