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Rome
Soccer: Gravina says no to Serie A in China

Soccer: Gravina says no to Serie A in China

 
Modena
Woman stabbed to death by nephew

Woman stabbed to death by nephew

 
Udine
Soccer: Win for Euro 2020 and ranking - Mancini

Soccer: Win for Euro 2020 and ranking - Mancini

 
Lampedusa
Casarini probed in Mare Jonio case

Casarini probed in Mare Jonio case

 
Milan
Sy says heard voices of kids dying at sea and acted

Sy says heard voices of kids dying at sea and acted

 
Rome
Di Maio urges US-style security strategy, Salvini demurs

Di Maio urges US-style security strategy, Salvini demurs

 
Brussels
EU external service to propose Sophia mission closure

EU external service to propose Sophia mission closure

 
Milan
Sy says wanted international impact

Sy says wanted international impact

 
Brussels
EU coordination needed on China Macron tells Conte

EU coordination needed on China Macron tells Conte

 
Brussels
Conte say Macron meeting went well, TAV method 'agreed'

Conte say Macron meeting went well, TAV method 'agreed'

 
Matera
France shd do what's right on ex-terrorists - Salvini

France shd do what's right on ex-terrorists - Salvini

 

Il Biancorosso

IL REBUS
Come sostituire Hamlili?Le soluzioni di Cornacchini

Come sostituire Hamlili?
Le soluzioni di Cornacchini

 

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Brindisi, atti vandalici in scuola media: resterà chiusa per 4 giorni

 
HomeLa foto
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FoggiaDopo i servizi di «Striscia»
Deliceto, percolato della discarica nel fiume: accuse di Regione e Ager

Deliceto, percolato della discarica nel fiume: accuse di Regione e Ager, violato il contratto

 
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Sacchetti rifiuti, in 5 comuni baresi ritiro anche con tessera sanitaria

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Taranto, Arcelor Mittal condannata per comportamento antisindacale

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Basilicata, un colpo di coda sull’eolico raddoppiata la potenza

Basilicata, un colpo di coda sull’eolico raddoppiata la potenza

 
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Andria, vertenza Villa Gaia accuse e polemiche a colpi di carte bollate

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Strasbourg

EU unable to build people yet, lost touch after crisis-Conte

Dublin reform unsustainable Italy PM tells EP

EU unable to build people yet, lost touch after crisis-Conte

Strasbourg, February 12 - Premier Giuseppe Conte told the European Parliament Tuesday that Europe had not yet been able to build a European people and that European politics lost touch with people after the economic crisis of 2007-8. He added that the Dublin migrant rule reform was unsustainable and that a single EU seat at the United Nations Security Council was needed. Conte told the Strasbourg parliament that the construction of a 'European people' has seen "significant moments of advancement" but "we still haven't succeeded in really becoming a 'people', we haven't had the courage to build an inclusive model that, realistically, beyond all rhetoric, could favour the creation of a European demos." "European politics, faced with an unprecedented economic crisis, withdrew in fear inside the cold grammar of procedures, ending up by progressively losing contact with its people and making ever more unbridgeable the distance, which is not only geographical, between Brussels and the continent's many peripheries," the Italian premier said. "Politics gave up its legitimating and representative function, appearing - in the eyes of citizens - distant and 'oligarchic'." Conte added that "no European Member State can play a significant role on its own. "Hence the hope that a united European voice may find space also at the UN Security Council. "It is a battle, this one, on which the European Union must move in a coordinated way, it must speak with a single voice. "The European Union must be able to speak to the world. A strong, ambitious and coherent Europe is above all necessary to improve its capacity of talking to the United States". Conte said that "faced with the massacre of human lives we must all together wage a fight on traffickers without quarter. let us stop remaining divided, giving in to nationalist or regionalist logic, and let us try to put into practice an authentic solidarity. "The proposal to reform the Dublin Regulation, approved in November 2017, is not sustainable in the present EU. There prevails, unfortunately, the unwillingness of the majority of States to participate in compulsory (quotas)." Conte added that "the inadequate and insufficient solidarity inside the EU also explains why Europe is struggling and is late on being fairer and more social. "The new European legislature must pursue with greater decision and as an urgent priority the fight against unemployment and support for growth...The EU's economic governance must take account of the need to balance growth and stability". European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen reacted to Conte's speech by saying "Europe proceeds and gives its best when Italy and the Italian people are at the centre, this must represent a guide for us. "In order to build a future of European success we need a strong Italy at its centre, we must build together our future in unity and solidarity working always with each other and not against each other, speaking together". European Parliament President Antonio Tajani responded to Conte's saying the Dublin Regulation reform is unsustainable by saying "we ask you for a further commitment in the next meetings of the Council so that the proposals of the EU parliament are accepted, perhaps by finding some compromise on the Dublin reform." He stressed the importance of involving member States "in the choices in favour of strengthening the Parliament's powers". European Socialists and Democrats caucus leader Udo Bullmann replied to Conte's speech by saying "I am very saddened by the senseless escalation between Italy and France. In contexts like this no one comes out a winner, it is a classic lose-lose situation". France recalled its ambassador after Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio met Yellow Vests protesters in Paris.

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