(ANSA) - ROME, SEPTEMBER 29 - "How to reopen dialogue with the Democratic Party? It is not up to me to put conditions on the Democratic Party. What I can say is that for us the issues count, in facts and not in words. We have seen that when there was the crisis of the Draghi government we asked questions such as expensive bills, aid interventions and the minimum wage and the Democratic Party looked the other way. The point is that it is impossible to speak with this leadership, because there is just no harmony. Common battles should be fought in Parliament because the issues are shared, I believe there will be no problem. On the contrary, welcome ".
This was stated by the 5-star deputy Chiara Appendino, interviewed by Radio1.
"I think - he added - of the issue of rights. I am convinced that common battle can be fought on these issues, but it is clear that the Democratic Party must be progressive in deeds and not in words. Which I personally do not see today".