(ANSA) - ROME, MAY 25 - The Italian bishops ask to avoid "forcing" with the Zan anti-homophobia bill.
"We reiterate that there is still time for an open dialogue to arrive at a solution without ambiguity and legislative force", said the President of the Italian Bishops' Conference and Archbishop of Perugia-Città della Pieve, Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti, opening today's works General Assembly in progress in Rome.
Then, looking at the future prospects for the country, the cardinal president stressed that the National Recovery and Resilience Plan "can be an important opportunity for collective growth", "this Plan can also become an opportunity to revive the country's economy, giving breath and refreshment. to a society tried by the persistent health emergency, which is producing very heavy effects on the socio-economic situation ". (HANDLE).