Lucia Azzolina, the League has filed a motion of no confidence against the Minister of Education in the Senate

The no-confidence motion of the League against the Minister of Education Lucia Azzolina was filed in Senate. The act, already announced several times in recent days by the leader of the Northern League Matteo Salvini, it will now have to be scheduled. It is no coincidence that Palazzo Madama was chosen: here the majority has a narrower margin (about 10 MPs different from the minimum threshold of 160) compared to Montecitorio. Among the first to reply was the group leader Pd in ​​the Senate Andrea Marcucci. “The League is cheering for the disaster, the no-confidence motion is incredibly instrumental. It is still time to work together for the smooth running of school activities. Salvini, as usual, tries to be a jackal ”.

Il Carroccio, together with the allies of the center-right, is blaming the school organization in recent months and how the pandemic has been dealt with. “The disastrous management of the school of Minister Azzolina“, Reads the deposited text,” is keeping families, students and staff in tension, a minister who has lost many precious months in chat, without providing any certainty about her fate to 8 million students. The government has no alibi and the inability of those who represent it now weighs irremediably on the life and education of our children. Immediate answers are needed, there is no more time and without a safe restart of the school the whole country will not restart “. And, the motion continues, “the government has no alibi and the inability of those who represent it now weighs irremediably on the life and education of our children. Immediate answers are needed, there is no more time and without a safe restart of the school the whole country will not restart “.

Among the accusations made to the minister in the motion of no confidence there is also that of the alleged plagiarism in the degree thesis (which the minister has always denied): “There is a doubt”, it continues, “that Minister Azzolina has committed the crime of plagiarism and violation of copyright, copying entire passages from the works of others both in her thesis for the School of Specialization in Teaching Secondary, discussed at the University of Pisa in 2010, both in the two first and second level theses, discussed at theUniversity of Catania, by putting the three works for sale on a specialized site “.

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