you know that Why has the Vatican for some time unofficially flaunted “tranquility” on the question of the Zan bill? Why doesn’t he talk about it more openly? Is it all due solely to the “gaffe” of the now famous letter or is there more? “Very often the extremes meet and this time they are also tacit allies”, reveals a source very close to the dossier.
At a first cold examination of the positions, the confidential letter sent to the Italian government by the Holy See and the unshakeable firmness assumed by Enrico Letta and his Pd seem very distant and irreconcilable. Indeed, they seem.
On closer examination, however, the rigidity of the Democratic Party has no justification. “For at least three months everyone has known that there is no majority on the Zan bill”, confides a perplexed dem senator, referring to the dozen or more snipers expected in the Senate.
So where does the rigidity of Letta and his brave Franco Mirabelli lead the PD group leader in the infamous Justice Commission? Side note: Mirabelli is a Catholic of the French rite in the sense of Dario Franceschini, who until now, for some reason, has never opened his mouth on the question: silence dissent?
“I’ll tell you,” adds the usual disenchanted senator. “Bring the provision to crash.” This would also explain the tranquility of these hours in the Vatican.
“The cardinals are completely disinterested in the mediation of Italia Viva because from the Nazarene they have been assured that the Zan bill will no longer be heard of”, confirms a parliamentarian who has frequent access to Matteo Renzo’s confidences.
A win-win match, therefore, for the clever Letta (and for the high prelates of Oltretevere, always listened to by the dem leader). The secretary would thus satisfy the wishes of the Holy See and, at the same time, could accuse the two Matteo (Salvini and Renzi) of the misdeed, or the rejection of the bill. Chapeau al Nazareno for the highly refined strategy.