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War latest news. Spain and Ireland: «EU should check whether Israel respects human rights in Gaza». Sarkozy condemned

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War latest news.  Spain and Ireland: «EU should check whether Israel respects human rights in Gaza».  Sarkozy condemned

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Schlein-Meloni double phone call, government is committed to a ceasefire in Gaza

They spoke for the first time around 2pm yesterday, Tuesday 13 February, Giorgia Meloni and Elly Schlein. A quick first exchange. Then another close call, more detailed. Shortly after, Parliament gave the green light to the Pd motion, first signed by the secretary, which commits the government to calling for “an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza”. Not a small thing. Parliament had never spoken in this sense. Indeed, the centre-right motion for a ‘ceasefire’ made no mention of it at all. Only a generic commitment to the executive to “promote” together with the EU “every diplomatic effort” for a political solution to the conflict. So, a change of pace. Or at least, of climate. Not obvious. Already yesterday morning, however, the statements of Minister Antonio Tajani had not gone unnoticed in the Democratic Party.

“At this point Israel’s reaction is disproportionate, there are too many victims who have nothing to do with Hamas”, the words of the head of the Farnesina. Which Schlein not surprisingly cited in his speech in the Chamber and then recalled when speaking to reporters on Transatlantico. “It is good that the government says that Israel’s response is disproportionate, it is a judgment that we too have been making for some time”. In Gaza “a collective punishment of the Palestinian people is underway.” So is there a change in the government’s position? “We will measure this over time,” replied the Democratic Party secretary who yesterday received the green light for the request, which has been ongoing for months, for a government commitment to a ceasefire. “It’s sensational, sensational,” her guests celebrated on the Transatlantic. She commented more soberly: “We are happy. It’s an important step. We had presented this motion precisely to shake up the debate in the country and to obtain progress in Parliament’s positions. And this has arrived today.”

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