ROME – “I councilor if I don’t win? Absolutely not. in the meantime I am sure of winning. And being sure to make an extraordinary result I believe that my role is at least as Deputy Mayor. I can’t think of anything else ”. Thus the candidate in the primaries of the center-left for ‘Liberare Roma’, Imma Battaglia, during an interview with Dire.
“I- he added- I want to fight against inequalities, for the women of San Basilio or for Tor Bella Monaca to be a central place in Rome. A department does not interest me: or mayor or deputy mayor“.
“VOTE FOR ME THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN THE GENDER REVOLUTION”
“The Romans have to vote for me because I want to have a battle for Rome and not the Battle of Rome. Mine is not one candidacy solo or self-referential but with Liberare Roma e with a group of activists and left activists who have always been present and able to fill the void of the government by giving solidarity. My candidacy it is a civic commitment”Explains Imma Battaglia.
“My commitment is almost Christian– he added- of dedication, sacrifice, guarantee of honesty, transparency and loyalty to the last and the last. It starts again if it gives equal dignity and respect for all. If you believe in the feminine and gender revolution, in transparency, honesty and dedication, and if you believe that digitization is the only way to restart the city, in the redemption of the women of San Basilio and in the enhancement of citizenship experiences active that there are, choose Imma Battaglia and Liberare Roma ”.
“THE ZAN DDL IS A CIVILIZATION FIGHT THAT LINKS US TO EUROPE”
“DDl Zan is a battle of civilization. IS It is important to align ourselves with the regulations that exist throughout Europe where laws against homotransphobia, lesbophobia and misogenia exist. It’s clear that a law does not change the cultural degradation this country has ended up in due to sovereign, nationalist and populist policies, and for a vulgar opposition, even if I am happy that Salvini and Meloni say they are against all forms of discrimination ”. Thus the candidate in the primaries of the center-left for ‘Liberare Roma’, Imma Battaglia, during a live interview with Dire.
“WHY IS OSTELLARI THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMMISSION?”
“The obstruction to DDl Zan? It is a somewhat strange situation: everyone knew that that text would arrive in the Justice Committee. There has been a change of government and, as always happens, the commissions have been redone. Why the presidency was given to the League? Just that commission is gone in Ostellari… I ask this question ”says Imma Battaglia.
“If the Democratic Party is too soft on rights? – added Battaglia- These last two governments demonstrate some contradictions. My values are deeply Christian and speak of equality, solidarity and brotherhood. Everyone has the right to a job, a home, a perspective to be able to form a family and have a bright future. Sometimes I struggle to understand certain political forces ”.
“THE CAPITAL IS NOT SAFE FOR MEMBERS OF THE LGBTQ + COMMUNITY”
“Today Rome is not safe” for those who are part of the LGBT community “and is backward on the rights front. All territories should have libraries, listening centers, bookstores and entertainment venues for the Lgbtq + community to to ensure that Rome is recognized in the world as a safe place to visit. Offering services and entertainment to keep up with Paris, London, Barcelona or Berlin ”says the candidate in the center-left primaries for ‘Liberating Rome’.
“RAYS MANEUVERED AND WITHOUT AN IDEA”
“The Rays was non-existent. It is not free but maneuvered. I always consider women amazons. But those who changed the world do not let themselves be managed by the powers that be. Raggi I knew her before she became mayor. Already in the commissions she was not the bearer of ideas, never seen participating with an idea in even important discussions. Never a proposal from him”Explains Imma Battaglia, during the interview with Dire.
“WE ARE DETERMINING A LINE ON CITY DIGITIZATION”
The need for a “technological and digital modernization of Rome is so important that now everyone is riding it. We are dictating the line. A Rome without effective information systems cannot be governed”Adds the candidate in the center-left primaries for ‘Liberare Roma’.
“I – Battaglia remembers – I was a councilor and I wanted the Smart City commission. With us the computer systems of the city: they are absolutely inadequate to govern such a complex city. Technologies will save Rome: not just big data, of course, or the remaking of information systems. I I am speaking above all of using modern technologies on crucial issues such as public transport, waste or park maintenance. An example? You can keep the green of Rome in a sensorial sense and in real time to monitor the state of humidity, or if watering is needed. In these 5 years, however, there has been absolutely no progress. The information systems of the municipality do not talk to each other. Another example? The cemetery registry does not communicate with the municipal registry system. The dead and the living are misaligned ”.
“GO TO THE PRIMARIES AGAINST CANDIDATES FROM ABOVE”
“We are not an apparatus and I do not represent a political power. I represent a woman like many others, like the women of San Basilio, and I represent a bit of that popular revolution that the M5s had dressed up in appropriating a title that it has not been able to keep. I represent ordinary people. And we are confident that we can bring active participation. The primaries are an instrument of great democracy that we have in order not to allow candidates to be imposed on us by the other. Go and vote because it is your chance to choose the official candidacy for mayor“. Thus the candidate in the primaries of the center-left for ‘Liberare Roma’, Imma Battaglia, during an interview with Dire.
“THE WASTE BINS ARE UNWORTHY, THEY MUST DISAPPEAR”
“On waste, territorial autonomy is needed, we have to overcome a certain kind of politics and apply technology also to this sector. Each of us must think in terms of zero waste and recycling. And the bins must disappear. It is unworthy for a city of such beauty and importance in the world to see these bins which are an offense and represent ugliness ”explains Imma Battaglia.
“The bag with the chips? – then commented Battaglia talking about a proposal from the Rays administration- They didn’t get there because they don’t have suitable computer systems. They did just propaganda. We need enabling technologies. But removing bins would already mean recovering a lot of beauty ”.