(ANSA) - ROME, JUN 16 - "The work of the Agora that the secretary Letta presented is important: it is an opening and an opportunity for involvement not only for the militants and members, but also for those who have never registered, for those who have never voted for us, for those who have stopped attending the polls.
It means trying to tell the society of the future that it wants to build through a great opportunity for participation that unites but does not replace representative democracy. The Democratic Party is a large house that can only be expanded. After all, our clubs often already do it: they are open to social issues, to civics. In the case of the Agora, the sign of this opening will remain in a platform and therefore the proposals will be usable in reality. "This was said by senator Simona Malpezzi, president of the Pd group, to Radio Immagina, the web radio of the Pd. (ANSA).