Alessandro Sallusti and Antonio Padellaro have been guests of Half past eight, broadcast on La7 and hosted by Lilli Gruber. The debate of the talk focuses on Ddl Zan. And there was no shortage of sparks between the two: “Talk about a real danger of aggressive behavior, freedom of opinion is safeguarded”, “That’s not the case, there are already laws. Your newspaper called me put *** a from the street “. The question and answer between the two that animated the debate.
“If I attack a black person or homosexual because it is instigated by a violent idea. The law says this does not violate anything,” explains Padellaro. Sallusti’s reply is ready: “There is a risk that I will write against the rented uterus and a judge may say that my thinking is racist.” With the reply of Padellaro that denies the affirmations of the editor of the Journal.
“The law is interpreted by the right in a certain way because it thinks it follows the right-wing electorate which is against certain issues. In Italy we still have the right side of our backyard”, explains Padellato. Alche Sallusti reminds him that there is already a law that protects certain minorities and that another law would be useless. Padellaro, on the other hand, explains that the right is against the Zan bill just to spite the left.