Elections 2022, Fedriga bets on presidentialism and federalism

Elections 2022, Fedriga bets on presidentialism and federalism

The next elections, if the center-right wins, will not bring “any threat to democracy”. Interviewed by the press, Massimiliano Fedriga, president of Friuli Venezia Giulia and a man increasingly central to the League’s destiny, said he was confident. “There would be no danger even if the center-left won,” he emphasizes, addressing Democratic Party Secretary Enrico Letta, who has raised the alarm in recent days. And he warns him: “It’s one thing to seek dialogue, another to want to block regardless of any attempt at reform”, he says during the interview with Massimo Giannini, on the occasion of the fourth nomination of “The alphabet of the future”, in Udine.

“If anything – adds Fedriga – Italy’s real problem is the non-existent stability of the government.” To obtain more stability, Meloni and Berlusconi want presidentialism, the League an acceleration of federalism. Are you going to make these two constitutional reforms? asks Giannini at La Stampa. “I hope so. Even regions of different political colors, such as Emilia Romagna, have asked for differentiated autonomy in recent years. And I believe in presidentialism. These are two reforms that can go hand in hand and help the country to function better».

Source: IL Tempo

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