Draghi in Bologna quotes Andreatta and says: ‘”Things must be done because they must be done, not to have an immediate result’ even when they are unpopular, he stressed. The government is working on the extended Green pass but there is still tension with the League: Salvini he agrees with Zaia for a ‘limited use’ of the certificate.
The government is moving towards introducing the Green Pass extension in the Cabinet on Thursday. This is what is learned from various government sources that confirm that the executive is ready for the decree on the “super Green Pass”. The extension of the green certificate for the public sector is almost certain, even if some aspects of the dl will be filed in the next few hours. While for the extension to private individuals, further reflection may be required. And, even on the tax reform, government sources explain, “further investigations” would be needed. Therefore, it is unlikely that the delegation will reach the CDM this week.
“As a minister, Andreatta acted courageously and honestly in dramatic years for the Republic, and did not hesitate to make necessary decisions even when unpopular.” Things must be done because they must be done, not to have an immediate result, ” as he effectively summarized. ” Prime Minister Mario Draghi underlined this in a passage of his speech at the titling of the Aula Magna of the Bologna Business School to Beniamino Andreatta.
“The Lombardy Region has now vaccinated more than 80% of its citizens, voluntarily and spontaneously. So there is no need for obligations or constraints, they told us that immunity would be achieved with 70% or 80% of vaccinations, so we we are. -We thank those who have been vaccinated, I among them, but we cannot ruin the life of those who have made another choice. ” Matteo Salvini said this on the sidelines of the Central Market. “I have just heard Zaia, who reiterates that it should be used in a limited way. We are against the obligation to vaccinate, we are in favor of explanation and education. I fully agree with what Zaia said”.
The work of the Senate on the Green pass, originally scheduled for this afternoon at 4 pm, will be postponed to tomorrow morning, Wednesday 15 September. It is learned at the end of the group leader. The postponement to allow the Constitutional Affairs Commission to continue its work. The committee is currently working on voting on the 103 amendments tabled.