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The Duel Under Fire: A Call for Equal Conditions in Political Debates

In the wake of the televised confrontation between Giorgia Meloni and Elly Schlein, criticism of the ‘duel’ as a violation of equal conditions is on the rise. The protest front is expanding from the opposition to the majority, with doubts raised by secretary Antonio Tajani. While duelists seem to agree that the televised duel will help citizens choose, their reasons for supporting it differ.

Barbara Floridia, president of Rai Supervisory Commission’s 5 Star Movement branch, has sent a letter to public service management and AgCom requesting guarantees of equal conditions for all participants in European elections. The Green Alliance and Left are also against the confrontation, while Matteo Renzi regrets not being able to directly debate Forza Italia leader Giorgia Meloni.

Antonio Tajani believes that a true American-style confrontation with all leaders present would be more appropriate. He argues that in European elections, all forces should participate in the debate as there are no ‘A’ or ‘B’ series forces. Riccardo Magi and Carlo Calenda also criticize the two-way confrontation, with Magi accusing Meloni and Schlein of defrauding voters by diverting attention away from issues and onto personal attacks. He believes that focus should be on debate between all lists rather than a singular confrontation between two leaders.

The ongoing debate highlights concerns about fairness in political discourse and representation in democratic processes. As politicians continue to weigh in on this issue, it remains to be seen how it will ultimately impact voter turnout and election outcomes in upcoming European elections.

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