Rome. "I am happy to read today that there would be an opening on the part of the Prime Minister to our appeal for a discussion on the merits of this unitary proposal of the minimum wage oppositions". This was stated by the secretary of the Democratic Party, Elly Schlein, in a video link to the General States of socialism underway in Rome. «The majority withdraws the suppressive amendment and we discuss. I am also available for a meeting tomorrow morning with you and with the government. A meeting in which to explain that our proposal goes precisely in the direction of strengthening collective bargaining". "We are projected - continues Schlein - towards an important challenge for the whole European continent, for a Europe closer to the needs of citizens and female citizens, for a Europe of quality work and expansive policies such as the Next Generation Eu that this government risks making us lose".
Confirming full willingness to discuss a shared vision of the country on which to prepare for the next challenges, he defines "irresponsible to continue on the path of divisions, rather than sewing on the common battles an alternative vision to these right-wings". On the part of the Pd - he guarantees - "there is no ambition of self-sufficiency, we are ready to build an alternative to the right to preserve our roots in the wake of the Constitution". But since "there have been difficult moments in our relationship, it is the firm intention of this secretary to open a new relationship between us: let's strengthen our battles together. In addition to the question of work, the topics mentioned by the secretary of the Democratic Party on which to try to create a common front are the "defense of public and territorial health, the fundamental right to housing and a new universal welfare"