The Democratic Party remains bankrupt: there is no longer a euro in the party coffers

The Democratic Party remains bankrupt: there is no longer a euro in the party coffers

Red alert for Democratic Party coffers. “I have been away from the party leaders for some time, they tell me that there is no euro in the cash register and this is a serious problem”, the statement that makes the left of Stefano Bonaccini, candidate for the secretary of the Pd, tremble. In addition to updating everyone on the disastrous economic situation, the governor of Emilia-Romagna, in an interview with Radio Immagina, announced the dismissal of the ‘former’ members of the Democratic Party: “When I say that I will be secretary, I will fish a lot from the region , I say because fishing is there. We govern almost 70% of Italian municipalities. And you can ask that those who have held government positions for a long time can now sit on the bench. There are many who are local leaders of the Democratic Party and they too must be called because they are people who put their feet in the problems of the people”.

On his future, Bonaccini guarantees that “if I become secretary, I will not resign from the presidency of Emilia-Romagna out of respect for the voters and citizens of Emilia-Romagna. I will remain president of the region for the remaining two years. Also to keep your feet on the ground. I don’t want to lock myself in Roman offices all day, I want to be among the people. I will remain at the head of the Region and I will build a new management team, especially in the territories, which will lend a hand and we will do well”. The governor tries to soften his tone with the other candidates in the primaries: “My first political act if I become secretary? Ask for help from Gianni, Elly and Paola. If it wasn’t my turn, I would do the same. I’m fed up with ruling classes behaving like opponents. The opponents are outside, not inside, the Democratic Party.” He then comments on Dino Giarrusso: “First of all, if he wants to imagine himself as part of a democratic community, he must apologize for the words used in the past. After that, I am much more interested in talking about precarious workers”.

Source: IL Tempo

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