Government: Letta-Salvini united, broad stops agreed in 2023. Calenda-Renzi does not rule out Draghi bis

One week after the opening of the polls – with 978 municipalities called to vote: 142 over 15 thousand inhabitants, 26 provincial capitals, including 4 from the region (Genoa, Catanzaro, L’Aquila and Palermo) – the party leaders defend their political connotation

from Donatella Di Nitto,

There is a consensual separation between Letta and Salvini. And it could not be otherwise. For the first time in several months, the two leaders – of the Democratic Party and the Lega – agree, and almost unanimously, they agree that with the vote in 2023, the government for broad agreements will end. Both in the election campaign, but at a distance of kilometers – the leader Dem is in Jesi (Ancona), while the captain of Lignano Sabbiadoro (Udine) – gives the journalists the stop for the current experience of Palazzo Chigi. “The government with national responsibility is not an option in 2023. Other governments with the Democratic Party, once the epidemic is over and the war is over, there will be no more,” Salvini assures, marking the distance to the Nazarene for ideas and programs: ” Tax goods, Ius soli and Zan ddl. We want work, work, work, therefore flat tax, tax peace, tax relief, defense of the family based on mothers, fathers and children and not on other things. ”The same tenor was the one for Letta: “The government of broad agreements ends with this parliament”, to be together “with the right is something unusual that will not be repeated”.

One week after the opening of the polls – with 978 municipalities called to vote: 142 over 15 thousand inhabitants, 26 provincial capitals, including 4 from the region (Genoa, Catanzaro, L’Aquila and Palermo) – the party leaders, they defend their own political connotation , which the leader of the ‘best’ may have caused voters to lose. “All lies,” Carlo Calenda cut short, commenting on the end of the forced partnership between Salvini and Letta, “they said this even before this legislature. They are trying to militarize the electorate.” The hope, perhaps better goal, is that there is “a Draghi government after Draghi, because there are no other solutions, left and right are unable to rule for different reasons.” On the same wavelength Matteo Renzi, who does not rule out the incore of the current Prime Minister, but slows down: “There is a year left, and to talk about it now is a waste of time: policy development is too fast.” Among the variables – and then let’s go back to the next administrative an exchange of votes that each party will bring home at the end of the election campaign, an exchange that – of course – will also lead Parliament on the voting system in 2023.

Meanwhile, on the Ukraine front – not the belligerent – Salvini’s setback on the trip to Moscow has arrived: “After acknowledging the displaced reactions of government colleagues, I confronted the leaders of the League and we agreed to go other ways”. The secretary of via Bellerio does not lower the tone, he is still convinced that he can somehow ‘intervene’ in the defense of peace and for the ceasefire. However, he will do so from his country. And the new thinking came – point out league sources – after the confrontation with Governors Luca Zaia and Massimiliano Fedriga, whose silence about the affair and above all about the fragile balance of the party weighed like boulders. The controversy, however, does not subside. For Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio, “Salvini would also attack his ministers for launching a new slogan in the election campaign”. While Letta dubbed the trip to Moscow as “an improvised, totally disoriented initiative”, which “represented a point of great weakness because it tells of an incredible, divided Italy”. “Fortunately – Calenda ironically – on the one hand there are people who rule, adults like Draghi and Mattarella, on the other hand there are children who play like Salvini. We can not be hostages to someone who does not know , what to do in the morning when he gets up, ”shot the foil.

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