Italian Alliance Stop 5G Celebrate Withdrawal of Amendments of Electromagnetic Coup
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May 30, 2022 | By Oasi Sana | Translated by Deepl.com
DDL Concorrenza, withdrew all the amendments of the Electromagnetic Coup: exults Italian Alliance Stop 5G (“but we remain vigilant!”)
Unexpected reversal of the deniers of electrosmog damage: concluded the process in the 10th Commission of Palazzo Madama, the Bill cd. Competition lands in the House today for its first vote. But it gets there with the resounding withdrawal of all amendments presented by the majority to Articles 19 and 20 and denounced by the Italian Stop 5G Alliance as a real electromagnetic coup. The final text, on which will most likely be put yet another confidence in the Senate, will then pass to the Chamber of Deputies but without the bogeyman of the expropriation of private property to install new 5G antennas, without the abolition of Antenna Localization Plans and Municipal Regulations, but also without the attempt to abolish the precautionary threshold to raise electromagnetic radiation limits up to 61 V/m, an amendment already rejected in the Commission because it was deemed impractical. Practice dictates that what is fired from the Senate is not then supplemented or twisted in Montecitorio.
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“We cannot help but rejoice upon learning of the withdrawal of all amendments in favor of 5G in the deregulation of the pervasive and wild electrosmog,” comments Alleanza Italiana Stop 5G. “The DDL Concorrenza was born badly and, at least for the part related to electromagnetic pollution, ended even worse after the impracticality of the 61 V/m and the failure to unbundle the work between the two branches of parliament. However, ours is a partial jubilation: we know very well how the withdrawal of the amendments is due to the lack of time in the acceleration of the DDL process from which European funds will come pouring in for the digital transition in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. Minister Vittorio Colao alone will handle 45 billion euros, and parties susceptible to the lure of big business in defiance of damage prevention will certainly be back in charge soon. The political and social opposition will have to stand ready to protect the common good and certainly not private interests. Let us therefore continue in the action of awareness addressed to deputies and senators, thanking those who have shown themselves close to the appeals of citizens. We remain vigilant.”
To oppose the electromagnetic coup in the DDL Concorrenza, Alleanza Italiana Stop 5G promoted a united sit-in in Rome and a series of garrisons and flash mobs in front of Montecitorio, then initiating joint actions with parliamentarians, parties and grassroots opposition movements. Several mayors also took up the call and took sides: in Trento, the city council finally approved a motion committing the first citizen of Trento to work with Mario Draghi to avert the raising of electrosmog threshold limits.
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