Giorgia Meloni impallines pro-Draghi mayors: shamelessly, municipalities as party sections

The front of the mayors in favor of the government of Mario Draghi is “shameless”, the accusation of the leader of the Brothers of Italy, Giorgia Meloni. “I wonder if all the citizens represented by Gualtieri, Sala, Nardella or by other mayors and regional presidents who have expressed themselves in this regard share the call for a government and a parliament now light years from real Italy to move forward without being intimidated. , condemning this nation to immobility just to guarantee the salaries of parliamentarians and the left in government”, says the president of the FdI.

On Saturday, July 16, the mayors of thirteen major cities signed an appeal for Draghi to remain at Palazzo Chigi. A bipartisan request. Matteo Lepore (Bologna), Gaetano Manfredi (Naples), Luigi Brugnaro (Venice), Marco Bucci (Genoa), Antonio Decaro (Bari), Michele De Pascale (Ravenna), Giorgio Gori (Bergamo), Roberto Gualtieri (Rome), Stefano Lo Russo (Turin), Dario Nardella (Florence), Maurizio Rasero (Asti), Matteo Ricci (Pesaro) and Beppe Sala (Milan), the signatories of the letter in which we read: “With disbelief and concern, we witness the conclusion of the governmental crisis generated by the irresponsible behavior of a part of the majority. Our cities, called after the pandemic and with the war in progress to an unprecedented effort of economic revitalization, creation of indispensable public works and management of the social emergency, cannot today allow a crisis that means inaction and division where action, credibility, seriousness are now needed”.

Arguments that do not affect Melons. “Regardless of who voted for them, I wonder if it’s right for these mayors and governors who represent all the citizens they run, even those who think differently, to use institutions like that, blatantly, as if they were partisan sections of rules. and common sense. of the ruling class in Italy is starting to scare”, concludes the FdI leader.

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