“No, this hypothesis is not current.” Thus Elly Schlein on the hypothesis of the candidacy of Ilaria Salis in the European elections, the activist detained in Hungary. He said this in the show Cinq Minutes on Rai 1. “I read nonsense about the negotiations: there is no negotiation, I wanted to meet Ilaria Salis’s father to discuss with him the way of which we can succeed in getting an Italian citizen out of this humiliating situation. . In the debate on totonomi, I would keep aside a delicate situation like this.” The idea of ​​Salis’ possible candidacy in the European elections on June 8 and 9 served to guarantee his parliamentary immunity.

Meanwhile, the teacher from Monza, detained for almost 14 months in Budapest prison on charges (still rejected) of having participated in the attacks of certain neo-Nazi children during the Day of Honor on 11 February, remains in prison. . Last week, the judge did not accept the woman’s lawyers’ request for house arrest in Hungary for “risk of escape.”

“No direct request from the Italian government (or any other major media) to the Hungarian government will facilitate the defense of Ilaria Salis’ case, because the government, as in any other modern democracy, has no control over the courts.” Hungarian government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs wrote this in an article about the attack on two Hungarian neo-Nazi activists.

Kovacs then recalled the words of Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó that “this was not a crime committed on impulse, but a well-thought-out and planned act” by a person who is now “depicted as a martyr”. And he made it clear that “no one, no far-left group, should view Hungary as some kind of network coming in and planning to beat someone to death.”

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