Regeni, in yesterday’s cdm no minister opposed the sale of frigates to Egypt

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At 22:51 last night, Matteo Orfini – MP and former president of the Democratic Party – writes on Twitter: “I read that the Council of Ministers would have given the go-ahead for the sale of frigates to Egypt. I ask myself and ask Dario Franceschini: what position did the PD delegation support?” Nobody replied. Neither on social networks, nor with a phone call. Because nobody yesterday at Palazzo Chigi claimed any position. Nobody raised their hands to express a doubt, a distinction, a protest. Nobody thought of the words of anger and discouragement of Giulio Regeni’s parents, the fear and despair of those of Patrick Zaky, still in prison in Cairo.

“The Council of Ministers – said one of the participants – only took note of the fact that the party delegation leaders agreed with the sending of the two Fremm frigates to Egypt”. Specifying that “Fincantieri does not sell to Egypt, but to an international body that manages the operation. The two frigates had to go to the Italian Navy, which renounces in favor of the Al Sisi regime. The Foreign Ministry authorizes the export” .

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Yesterday’s was supposed to be a technical, not a political transition. So had the defense minister set it up Lorenzo Guerini that together with Luigi Di Maio he had illustrated the operation in another cdm, a couple of weeks ago. There, in reality, Speranza, head of the Leu delegation, said: “It’s a problem for us.” It was also for part of the Democratic Party and the 5 stars, but the operation went on. Also because, they explain in the government, it brings money to Fincantieri in a moment of crisis, after the cancellation of many orders from companies that manage cruise ships.So we went on putting aside the concerns of some and the appeals of the Regeni family. Until last Wednesday Luigi Di Maio, answering a question by Liberi and Uguali in the Chamber during a question time, says: “It is good to specify that the authorization procedure at the conclusion of the negotiations for the Fremm frigates is still in progress” . And he adds: “In addition to the technical-juridical screening, the government obviously decided to carry out a political evaluation, which is underway at the level of delegations, under the guidance of the Prime Minister”. It is a way of making the responsibility for choice fall on everyone.
Thus, we arrive at the meeting yesterday. The premier takes note of the go-ahead from the delegations – which Leu denies having given – and announces that the deal will be made. The Democratic Party – said parliamentary sources – discussed it in a private meeting with the secretary Nicola Zingaretti, the vice Andrea Orlando, ministers, head of delegation and group leaders in the House and Senate, and decided not to object. But Dario Franceschini he made a condition to act: that there is a clear position of the Prime Minister Conte on the Regeni case, already when it will be audited by the parliamentary commission of inquiry, “to demonstrate that the two plans are not crossed, because it would be intolerable”.

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