Polls, Molinari reveals: why the League is back up and running. The most recent data

Riccardo Molinari, in his second legislature in the role of leader of the group in the Chamber of the League, in a long interview with Libero comments, among other things, on the latest political polls that have returned to reward Carroccio. A trend that started a few weeks ago and is consolidating, as demonstrated by the half point gained in seven days in the SWG survey presented on Monday, January 230, at Tg La7 by Enrico Mentana, who sees the League at 9 percent. What happened? “A very simple thing, that with a center-right government, even those who were formerly in the opposition and said in every measure ‘we could have done better and more’ are now faced with reality. And what I say is confirmed because they are now making choices in continuity with those of the previous government”.

Carroccio is back in government after the experience with Mario Draghi. “Many of our voters who were disappointed by the choices we shared with Draghi now realize they were the only possible ones. The quality of the solutions proposed by a well-prepared management class like ours will come out and make us grow even more”.

The last of the Northern League’s many battles is the one against the sting of Europe in the house, the energy efficiency regulations in the process of approval that would come to fruition with a maxi-tax for Italians: “My colleague in the Senate Romeo and I presented a motion obliging the government to oppose this directive. In fact, the decision will also be taken by the European Council, which is composed of representatives of the government. However, we have already done something. Initially, the law provided for heavy fines for those who they didn’t comply in time and even the ban on selling or renting those properties. Now, those holdings have been withdrawn. However, Italy still runs the risk of incurring an infringement procedure. The question, however, is another. If this directive comes into force, owners who do not comply because they cannot, would see the value of their properties reduced. And we cannot accept that. Also because the obligation to improve the energy efficiency of buildings by 2030 would have a devastating impact on our economy. Suffice it to say that 80% of Italians own at least one house and that would mean a huge expense in a period of crisis like the one we are experiencing. It would be unacceptable,” explains Molinari.

Source: IL Tempo