Survey, Ghisleri freezes Schlein: what Italians think of the position of prime minister

Survey, Ghisleri freezes Schlein: what Italians think of the position of prime minister

Guest on the latest episode of In Onda, La7’s in-depth journalistic program, Elly Schlein did not miss the opportunity to seize on the flood that brought Tuscany to its knees to reiterate what she has already stated in recent days and, therefore, attack the government, blaming Meloni and promoting bad weather. But this was not the only topic that generated debate. The approval of the position of prime minister by the MDL was also the subject of discussion. “We will ask ourselves some questions if the prime minister does not exist in other countries. It is a system that eradicates the balance of power, a reform that weakens the prerogatives of the President of the Republic”, said the Democratic secretary. But what are Italians’ thoughts regarding the new constitutional reform? Alessandra Ghisleri then intervened and, with the data in hand, gave all the answers.

“We asked if we liked this renovation. We see that the country is divided in half”: this is how the director of Euromedia Research began. In fact, the plate presented informs that 45% of those interviewed approve the direct election of the prime minister while the position of prime minister does not meet the consensus of 43% of the population. The researcher then explained that they were asked, secondly, the reasons for supporting or not supporting the reform. For 26% of the population, the position of prime minister “gives citizens a choice” and for 10% “it would give stability to the government”. 8% believe that the role of prime minister should be fair and 13% say it “departs too far from the Constitution”. Among the reforms that Italians consider most urgent, explained Alessandra Ghisleri, are undoubtedly tax reforms, pension reforms and justice reforms.

Source: IL Tempo

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