Mattarella and Draghi in favor of overcoming the unanimous vote in the EU – Politics

Prime Minister Mario Draghi and President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella are in favor of overcoming the constraint of vote unanimously in the European Union. This is what emerges from today’s meeting at the Quirinale.

“During the lunch, the theme of the EU path of Ukraine and the Western Balkans (Albania and Macedonia) was addressed. Topics on which Italy is very committed.spread increasethe energy and food crisis. Finally, the future of Europe which sees Italy in favor of the modification, with majority voting mechanisms. “This is what we learn from sources of the Quirinale regarding the issues dealt with in the working lunch between the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella, the Prime Minister Mario Draghi and a delegation of ministers in view of the EU Council.

The Chamber approves the majority resolution with 410 yes. Fdi abstains

Green light from the Chamber of the Chamber to the majority resolution on the communications of the Prime Minister Mario Draghi in view of the European Council. The text was approved in Montecitorio with 410 votes in favor, 29 against and 34 abstentions (Fdi).

“Are the sanctions effective? I repeat what all the international organizations tell me, I have the feeling and all the data” goes in this direction, “that they become even more effective this summer and all the signals coming from Russia give the evidence that this is happening “. Thus Prime Minister Draghi in reply to the Chamber after the communications in view of the European Council.


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Prime Minister Maro Draghi, in his communications to the Chamber before the European Council, essentially retraced the speech he made yesterday afternoon in the Senate. “The European Council of 23 and 24 June will address the following topics: the developments of the war in Ukraine and European support for Kiev; the humanitarian, food, energy and security effects of the conflict; aid to families and businesses affected by the crisis; prospects for EU enlargement; the follow-up to the Conference on the future of Europe “, said Draghi.

“We are approaching the fourth month since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24. Moscow continues to militarily attack Ukrainian cities in an attempt to expand control over the territory and strengthen its position.” Severodoneck, in the Luhansk region, are particularly ferocious. The Russian bombing of Kharkiv, the second most populous city in Ukraine, aggravates the already terrible death toll and wounded. unite. But the number is certainly much higher. “

“New atrocities committed against civilians by the Russian army continue to emerge. Responsibilities will be ascertained and war crimes will be punished. The number of people fleeing the conflict also continues to increase. In Italy alone, there are over 135,000. Ukrainian citizens who have arrived since the beginning of the invasion “, continued the premier.