M5S: Di Battista, I don’t rule out the birth of a new movement – Ultima Ora

M5S: Di Battista, I don’t rule out the birth of a new movement – Ultima Ora
M5S: Di Battista, I don’t rule out the birth of a new movement – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – ROME, NOVEMBER 04 – “There are those who would like me to build another political movement. There is a need for new battles and to build the foundations for something concrete. And if they were to be solid, those foundations, then we can build something else. I do not rule out the birth of another movement. I am not interested in my personal battle, but the community. A political force could only be successful in the face of a collective request. I will understand with the tour if this question exists “. So Alessandro Di Battista in a preview of the interview with The Post Internazionale – TPI.

“The first meeting of my tour – he says – went very well, there were people waiting outside the room. I chose Siena because it is a clear example of the mixture of politics and finance”.

“Some current M5S exponents wrote to me:” How nice, finally some fresh air. “I feel in tune with Tomaso Montanari, Alberto Negri and, above all, Marco Travaglio. Davide Casaleggio is a friend, I respect him. I find myself in tune with him on direct democracy. But it is premature to say if he will belong to “mine”. The very fact that he left the M5s seems to me a sign that he felt betrayed “.

“I too – adds Di Battista – I believe that being part of the Draghi government was a betrayal on the part of my former colleagues in the Movement. Because, for example, the Yes of the members of the Movement for the government to be born was largely linked to the issue of the ecological transition. What remains of that promise? Nothing “, he concludes. (HANDLE).

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