“Meeting with Salvini? A psychoanalytic session” – Libero Quotidiano

“Meeting with Salvini? A psychoanalytic session” – Libero Quotidiano
“Meeting with Salvini? A psychoanalytic session” – Libero Quotidiano

A meeting between the ministers of the League is scheduled next week – Giancarlo Giorgetti, Massimo Garavaglia and Erika Stefani – and the blue colleagues – Renato Brunetta, Mara Carfagna and Mariastella Gelmini – naturally with the direction of the two respective leaders, Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi. It was the secretary of the Carroccio who confirmed this yesterday morning during a pause in the Palermo trial. “I heard from Berlusconi and we will see you next week, as I have been asking for months. Me, him and the six ministers, because there is the budget maneuver, the competition law, the procurement reform, the fiscal delegation, the reform of the Pa. In short, there are many issues that the united center-right tackles in a concrete way “.

Salvini, however, then specified that he had also warned the leader of the Brothers of Italy of the summit: “I also sent a message to Giorgia Meloni because I want a compact team, a compact coalition, then everyone is free to be in the majority and in opposition, but since we want to govern this country as soon as we vote again, and we want to be decisive for the election of the President of the Republic in February enough with quarrels, with controversies and divisions “.

It seems, however, that the agreement between Salvini and Berlusconi was not welcomed with pleasure by a part of Forza Italia. So much so that the weekly meeting, as reported by the Corriere della Sera, it would even be defined as a “psychoanalytic session”. And not only. Some would have pointed the finger at the secretary of the League, saying that “the only one who has unpacked the coalition in these eight months was he”, having done “both the majority and the opposition”.

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