01 July 2021 15:03
Everything still needs to be redone for the center-right on the theme of the municipal elections in Milan: in the past few hours, Andrea Farinet, a former Bocconi professor, said he will not run. Yet another point and a head for the coalition led by Salvini, but when the roster of mayoral candidates is complete, the current mayor, Beppe Sala, would like to organize a debate on the future of the city.
“As soon as the choice of candidates for the next elections is completed, I will ask everyone the kindness to discuss among candidates, all together, on what kind of regeneration we want for our territory and in our city”, said Sala during the assembly. of Assolombarda on the morning of Thursday 1st July.
According to the mayor, Milan will once again be the leading city of Italy: “We do not fall into the risk of saying ‘everything will no longer be the same’, but the change will be necessary, Milan will then be available to the country and will take on the role of country guide as always “.
Sala then said that, from his point of view, Milan will have to change, evolve quickly: “we all have to give more and be faster”. Also on the front of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (Pnrr) of the Draghi government, “times are tight and we must be quick”. And speaking of the Plan, he said that “the relationship with the government will be very important”. Today, “there is a call for a greener and fairer society on a universal level. And this in our city must be associated with a process of growth,” added Sala.