Great national mobilization for the collection of signatures on the referendum for Justice. Thousands of gazebos throughout Italy, with many citizens who lined up to sign the six questions raised by Matteo Salvini and the Radical Party. Rita Dalla Chiesa and the Minister for Tourism Massimo Garavaglia they signed at a banquet in the center of Rome. Among the other “VIP” adhesions, those of ministers are worthy of note Erika Stefani e Giancarlo Giorgetti, of the governor of the Lombardy Region Attilio Fontana. Several journalists signed up to join the campaign: Augusto Minzolini (editor of il Giornale), Nicola Porro (Il Giornale and Mediaset), Alessandro Sallusti (Free), Francesco Storace (the weather), Maurizio Belpietro (The truth), Paolo Del Debbio (Mediaset), Mario Giordano (Mediaset), David Parenzo e Gaia Tortora (The Seven).
Simonetta Matone, magistrate and candidate in Rome in ticket with Enrico Michetti, has signed in Rome. Giulia Bongiorno it will do so in the next few days. The chef and TV face Alessandro Circiello has given its adhesion to Ostia. The governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia and president of the Conference of the Regions, Massimiliano Fedriga, joined on Friday in Trieste.
Important adhesions are also reported by the center-right parties: the leader of Forza Italia, Silvio Berlusconi, al Corriere della Sera he explained that “the referendums take up issues that we have always supported and can be a useful solicitation to the Government and Parliament for the reform of justice. In this spirit, the Azzurri participate in the collection of signatures “. Licia Ronzulli, in charge of Fi for relations with allies, participated in a joint gazebo with Salvini (the first organized with Lega and Forza Italia flags and which therefore had a strong “federation” flavor) and signed the referendums. Green light also from the UDC, with the secretary Lorenzo Cesa and the president Antonio De Poli.
In the early afternoon of Saturday in Milan, the head of pediatrics of the Fatebenefratelli also signed to ask for the referendum on Justice Luca Bernardo, who is being talked about as a possible candidate for mayor of the center-right in the Milan elections next autumn. Surprisingly, the adhesion of Luca Palamara, former president of the ANM, who ended up in the middle of a judicial earthquake that shocked the Italian judiciary and author (with Alessandro Sallusti) of the book-interview “The System. Power, politics, business: secret history of the Italian judiciary”: in the next days he will also sign the referendum questions.