Sabrina Pignedoli MEP

Sabrina Pignedoli is an Italian politician and Member of the European Parliament since 2019.
12 Articles

In Gaza: The Death of Information

No one has been held accountable for her murder. Those who wage war do not want the truth…

It’s time for a ceasefire in Gaza without conditions

The EU has expressed itself in a contradictory manner on Gaza. On one hand, High Representative Borrell has…

We wait for Julian Assange in the EP as a free man

Belgium (Brussels Morning Newspaper) "It is a pity for Julian Assange. The Conference of Presidents of the European…

Sakharov Prize 2022 for Julian Assange

Assange could have sold the secrets he came into possession of, but he did not do so in…

A more inclusive and fair justice in Europe is possible

In this context and in the light of the trade between the EU and the US, the signature…

Mafia: from attacks to business

Above all, thirty years after that massacre, there are still people who deny the existence of the mafia.…

Beyond racism and discrimination

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) 21 March is the date chosen by the UN in 1966 to commemorate one of…

The Assange case: reporting crimes is not a crime

Brussels (Brussels Morning) Letting citizens know the truth cannot be considered a crime. If the European Parliament cares…

Revolving doors and risk of the corruption: a problem for Italy and the EU

Brussels (Brussels Morning) Conflict of interest and “revolving doors”, plus a lack of adequate protection for whistleblowers -- these…

Alleged fraud concerning EU Funds: the Mafia trials

Brussels (Brussels Morning) I am glad that in the European Parliament we are talking about mafias, in the…

Eco-crime in Europe requires harsher punishments

The rising interest in illegal waste disposal by mafias should trigger a better legal response to counter such…

Confiscation and reallocation of mafia assets works in Italy, it can work in Europe too

Regulations that enable European member states to confiscate mafia assets and reallocate them to the third sector should…