For now it is only a hypothesis, but if the Italian volleyball champion Paola Egonu were chosen as the blue flag bearer at the next Tokyo Olympics “it would be a good sign”. Cecile Kyenge, a former MEP and former Minister for Integration of the Letta government, told the Adnkronos. “Above all it would be now, excellent news also to get out of the daily battlefields on some issues, focusing instead on what we have positive”, adds Kyenge speaking about the Paduan champion. In terms of the fight against discrimination of which Egonu is an example, Kyenge highlights: “We should simply remember the motto of the European Union: ‘United in diversity’. A simple motto that says it all, every country should know how to decline it in all sectors that regulate our life. Discrimination has never been lacking, in Italy as elsewhere, to counter it we need to know how to apply policies of peaceful coexistence. Our citizenship is rich and strong when we recognize that it is plural, made up of several colors, diversity. An Italy united in diversity “. Then with regard to the Zan bill, the former minister says: “I believe that every tool we put in place to eliminate discrimination in any sector is a milestone for peaceful and civil coexistence. We must include, not subtract. The more we do it. , the stronger the company “.