"The law could be made better", "it should be corrected rather than sunk", "it should be clear in all its aspects without implications".
This was stated by the President of the CEI, card.
Gualtiero Bassetti, speaking of the Zan bill.
"We are for the defense and dignity of everyone, of any man or woman, we must always defend the rights of the person", added Cardinal Bassetti.
Many rainbow squares to cross Italy to say yes to the Zan Ddl. In Rome, Florence, Cagliari, Rimini citizens and politicians took to the streets to ask for the approval of the law against homotransphobia. In Florence there was also the young Malika Chalhy, the 22-year-old from Castelfiorentino who was thrown out of her home after revealing to her family that she was homosexual. "Loving a person of the same sex or not feeling good about your body is not a disease, it is a symptom of courage, love and freedom - Malika said - And freedom must always be sought as happiness. I have found happiness next to my partner, who changed my life. I will never be grateful enough to the people who support me every day, something that however I have not found in the home ". "The family has no colors",Malika said surrounded by the affection of so many demonstrators in one of the squares that adhered to the call for the mobilization desired by the Mario Mieli Homosexual Culture Club, which in Rome saw the participation of the same deputy Alessandro Zan. "This square is saying in a joyful way that it is no longer possible to go backwards we are talking about the dignity of the people. The Senate must hurry, we are at the third attempt in Parliament and it is not possible to fail again - said the deputy from the square. del Popolo-I appeal to the members of the Senate to approve this law against hate crimes. Italy is the 'black shirt' in Europe as regards discrimination and violence ". The other square met in Milan, the one contrary to the Zan bill,in which Matteo Salvini participated. "Many associations of homosexuals, lesbians and feminists are against it because it ghettoises, because with the excuse of talking about rights it carries on an ideological battle. One must be able to love whoever he wants without being discriminated against and attacked, so much so that the League and the entire center-right have presented a proposal for aggravating circumstances for those who attack or insult another human being on the street, at school, at work "", said Salvini. At the Milan initiative there were moments of tension with shoving and some beating between the police and a group of demonstrators who intervened in Piazza del Duomo to protest against an anti-Zan ddl initiative. The counter-demonstrators, belonging to student associations such as the Student Network and Tsunami,they showed up around 4 pm shouting 'Shame, shame, ddl Zan immediately'.