Eight-thirty, Orlando’s text to Bonaccini: “Like Renzi.” Rags are flying in the Democratic Party

Eight-thirty, Orlando’s text to Bonaccini: “Like Renzi.”  Rags are flying in the Democratic Party

Andrea Orlando openly supports Elly Schlein for the Democratic Party primary race. The former Minister of Justice is a guest on the January 31st episode of Otto e mezzo, the La7 talk show hosted by Lilli Gruber, and vents about the internal challenge at their house: “I was gradually convinced, I saw events that seemed too much to those I’ve seen at my party, with a few hiccups. I saw a vague resemblance to Matteo Renzi’s Leopolde, a season that must be overcome. More than the names it was to discuss the issues, it was preferred to ask the usual question of the About those who renew the most, the answer is quite elementary, Schlein is the newest proposal and the one that can be summoned the most among the contested choices by the protagonists of this story”.

“Who will win between Schlein and Stefano Bonaccini?” Gruber asks Mr. Deputy, who responds by giving his predictions: “By supporting Schlein, I hope Schlein wins. I see a surprising response in many realities, so a month is a long period in which beautiful surprises can be created”. It is then pointed out to Orlando that he would support Schlein because Bonaccini is against the currents, while the candidate would be somewhat dominated by internal power. A consideration that makes the congressman nervous: “When I ran for the primaries there was only one current (Renzi’s, ed) and we run the risk of being expelled from the party but I don’t remember Bonaccini raising major objections. In 2018, of the dozens and dozens of parliamentarians who supported me in the primaries, 6 or 7 were reappointed, these are strong currents…”.

Source: IL Tempo

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