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Women's rights organization Non Una di Meno, which has organized nationwide demonstrations against gendered violence, accused Rai of sexism and racism in the report, pointing out that the broadcaster had not covered the global Women's Strike on March 8th. "It's offensive to men as well as women, as if they were unable to interact with the other sex in a respectful, equal way." The director of Rai 1, Andrea Fabiano, apologized on Monday morning, saying: "Errors always go recognized, no if and buts.
I apologize to everyone for what was seen and heard on Parliamone sabato." The broadcaster's president, Monica Maggioni, also apologized on Monday. As a company we will try to understand how this programme came about," said Maggioni.
At one point, presenter Perego appeared confused about which countries make up Eastern Europe, telling Italian actor Fabio Testi: "You've been with marvellous women from the East, like [Swedish actress] Anita Ekberg".
But the most controversial part of the programme was a graphic which listed "reasons to choose a girlfriend from the east".
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