Decree Green pass bis (first in the Chamber and then in the Senate), reform of the civil and criminal proceedings. The Draghi government, the one with the third largest majority ever, in either 48 ore asked or planned to ask five votes of confidence. A way to hold mixed forces together and escape party blitzes, but also the expedient that avoids al Parliament to discuss at least the texts or even make changes. At the moment the executive is at a quota 14 votes of confidence, which will become 15 tonight a Madama Palace. Last August, at the close of the works, the average was that of 1 trust every 13.39 days: or similar (if not slightly worse) to the government count 2 when 1 trust was placed every 13.5 days. For the year and three months of the yellow-green government instead, the confidence was 1 approximately every 30 days. Those who protest now are the only opposition forces: Brothers of Italy and the former M5s of There is an alternative. “What is the use of Parliament if the government systematically places its trust in everything?”, Said the FDI group leader in the Senate Luca Ciriani. However, no comments from the majority parties: the concern about the risks of having an unattended assembly has vanished since the Draghi government has arrived and no one (or almost) ever dares to raise the question of the low participation of the elected.
Green pass bis decree: ok of the Chamber, towards the Senate (for another trust) – The first vote of confidence today was a Montecitorio: the Chamber expressed its opinion on Green pass bis law decree and, despite the fact that the executive has an overwhelming majority in the House (at least 535 waste), trust has also been placed here. The measure has obtained 413 votes in favor, 48 contrary and one abstained. The spotlight was particularly focused on the behavior of the Lega group: in fact, 80 out of 132 deputies voted yes. 52 were absent, 41 of whom were not justified. The photograph of a rift within the Carroccio party that cannot be reduced to just a newspaper story, but is proof of the situation in the most symbolic place for a political force, the Parliament A timid protest has been brought forward to the Northern League Rossana Boldi during the explanations of vote: “We think it is right to pose problems to find shared and positive solutions for the country,” he said. The only abstained in the Chamber was the former M5s minister Lorenzo Fioramonti. The most present group was that of Democratic party (86 out of 93 voters). In all they were presented about ninety agendas which will be examined tomorrow morning 22 September and then we will pass the final vote on the provision. At that point the decree will be transferred to Senate where, as has already been announced, the confidence.
Regarding the text, in any case, the text contains the measures relating to the reopening of schools and universities and the obligation of green certification on means of transport, for those who enter school buildings and those who work in the RSA. Among the innovations that were introduced in the Chamber during the examination in committee is the extension from 48 to 72 hours of the validity of the “green pass” obtained following the administration of a molecular test.
Civil and criminal trial reform: three votes of confidence scheduled in the Senate – In the next few hours Palazzo Madama must not only address the issue of the Green pass bis decree, but also the delicate knot justice. But if the first round of the reforms in Montecitorio had caused lacerations and clashes, this time the majority parties have reached an agreement on the general system and no problem is expected in the Chamber. In the evening the first vote of confidence arrived on the draft law for the reform of the civil process: i voti favorable They were 201, with 30 opposite.
The text aims to cut the 40% of the duration of the processes and revolves around the commitments undertaken by the government with Europe in the context of Pnrr. These are some of the new features: entry into the merits from the first hearing; economic incentives for alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation; establishment of the Court for the family and minors; new rules for the protection of women who suffer violence in the processes of separation and custody of children.
Tomorrow 22 September it will then be the turn of ddl delegation for the reform of the criminal trial which will arrive in the Chamber and on which, as announced, two votes of confidence will be placed. The protests of last July when the protests of M5s (with Giuseppe Conte and the former minister Alfonso Bonafede in the front row) led to substantial changes on the mechanism of non-prosecution. But if for the majority the provision has already been “digested” and is ready to be transferred to the government that will have to legislate on the matter (it is in fact a proxy bill), so it is not for the few opposition parties that have asked greater discussion in the Chamber. To raise controversy was the decision of the group leader to force (to stay within the times) and bring the measure in front of Palazzo Madama, while they were the amendments in the Justice Committee are still to be voted on. There is a contested decision by Fdi and Alternativa. “When I took the floor to present my criticisms,” the AC senator told Ansa Weather in Mattia Crucioli, “I was interrupted by my colleagues from the majority who evidently do not even want to be told that parliamentary democracy is canceled. I didn’t ask for much, I asked for at least one day to vote on the amendments ”. At that point, the senator of Fdi Balboni also protested against the calling of night sessions at one and five in the morning. “It was not a spite to Fdi,” said Balboni, “but to Parliament. It prevents you from discussing egi places its trust not only on the decrees, but also on the proxy laws, on which there is no rush. It is a very serious parliamentary precedent, because in Parliament the form is substance ”. According to Crucioli’s story, the tones have risen and when the Ac senator himself criticized the League, the Northern League senator Emanuele Pellegrini he stood up approaching Crucioli, who was also standing. Only the preventive intervention of the clerks would have prevented it from going beyond that. At this point, given what Balboni had said, the president of the Commission Andrea Ostellari has upset the night sessions. The text will therefore go to plenary tomorrow without a mandate to the rapporteur. There is an alternative, in protest, he decided to occupy la sala koch of Palazzo Madama, where the examination of the amendments to the Cartabia reform should have been carried out.