Government, Bruno Vespa unmasks the maneuvers to postpone the elections: “Giorgia Meloni ready to go to the barricades”

“Postponement of the vote? Let’s raise hell.” Bruno Vespa, dean of Italian journalists, analyzes the delicate political situation in his column for the newspaper Il Giorno. Giuseppe Conte, president of M5S, shakes the specter of farewell to the government of national unity because pentastelled causes are not sufficiently considered, Silvio Berlusconi calls an emergency summit, Matteo Salvini, leader of the League, governs a little and a little struggle and Giorgia Meloni, president of the Brothers of Italy, is eager to confirm the consensus of the polls at the polls.

Above all, Prime Minister Mario Draghi: according to a historic in the Corriere della Sera, yesterday he told the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella that he “had his pockets full”. Bruno Vespa, conductor of Porta a Porta, explained that even in case the majority leaves, the government has the numbers to go forward (it comes from “Juntos por futuro”, Luigi Di Maio’s new group), but the President of the Council was clear: “The external support of the M5S is not enough”. Then? Vespa noted, “It’s unclear whether we can pull the string to vote in May (two months after the legislature ends), much to the satisfaction of Giorgia Meloni, who promised hell if they postponed the vote and kept her out of the nominations. spring in the seven large state-owned companies”.

Nominations that would go to the winner of the 2023 political elections. Bruno Vespa recalls that Meloni was clear: “If anyone really thinks, as is now openly said, without any shame in some newspapers, postponing the elections to May to 300 nominations in state branches and not to have them made by a government that should be elected by the citizens, I would be ready to make the barricades”.

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