More than thirty young people of both sexes from across the region discussed self-government, Europe, increased diversity, protecting the environment and common goods, solidarity between regions and an equitable economy in Venzone. He was the protagonist of the “Youth, Europe, Autonomy”, three-day meetings promoted by the EFA – the European Free Alliance and the Treaty for Autonomy, with the support of the European Parliament, which took place from 27 to 29 August and which was divided into whole. In a summer school with workshops aimed at young people and events open to the public with leading names in jurisprudence, economics and local government from Europe.
«We wanted to give space to the youth. With many of them – engaged in local civil movements and opening up political spaces on the region – we are cooperating closely in many places in the region, also in view of the upcoming administrative elections”, said Secretary of the Treaty for Autonomy explained, Massimo Moretuzzo, is very satisfied with the outcome of the Venzonez initiative: “They were three exciting days of study, analysis and proposals by summer school and workshops for comparison and training for those enrolled in very popular public programs”. Saturday afternoon Over a hundred people attended the meetings when the vision and challenges for the future of the regional regions and the renewal of autonomy from a European perspective were discussed with Heather Anderson, former MEP of the SNP – Scottish National Party, Lorraine López de Lacalle President of the EFA – European Free Alliance, and Marta Rosic, deputy of the ERC – Esquira Republicana de Catalunya, who took stock of the situation on their respective realities on the road to independence. In particular, Andersen called the SNP focused on the entry of the Greens into the Scottish government led by; Recent agreements – he explained – include a general commitment to try to achieve a post-Brexit referendum on secession from the rest of the state, ie in 2024, in the middle of the current regional legislature.
In Venzone, cooperation was strengthened with the EFA, a group of autonomist movements of which the Treaty for Autonomy is a part and represented in the European Parliament along with the Greens. “We want a company that listens to citizens and pursues a policy of closeness to the good of all with a spirit of openness and inclusion, a cooperative spirit that supports participation,” said President of EFA Lorena López Day. . In the Friulian village of Lacalle, which is an example of “resilience” to its history, “resilient we are autonomists, separatists of the European Free Coalition”. «Our political action is animated from a strongly pro-European perspective – added Moretuzzo -. Together with EFA we work for a true European republic, in which the demands of peoples and regions are fully represented. The challenges we face are epoch-making, we can overcome them if we draw strength from the history of our land and take advantage of the enthusiasm of new generations.
“During these three days we have also done a lot of work on the internal and frontier sectors – concluded Giampaolo Bidoli, who conducted the meeting with the EFA representatives – we are convinced that the idea of a more cohesive and more oriented Europe processes is the right one. Changes in the direction of ecological transition, social justice and the protection of minority rights can draw new energy from areas most afflicted by the borders of the twentieth century. It is possible to experience social and economic processes capable of producing sustainable patterns.