La Russa: “The Italy-France treaties? They are fine, but Parliament had to be involved”

La Russa: “The Italy-France treaties? They are fine, but Parliament had to be involved”
La Russa: “The Italy-France treaties? They are fine, but Parliament had to be involved”

The senator of the Brothers of Italy speaks: “The agreements are positive, starting from the defense aspect. Paris, however, has a strategy. The problem is another: the Chambers had to be involved before the signing”

Not bad. Ignazio La Russa, senator of the Brothers of Italy and listened to adviser of Giorgia Meloni, does not feel like bombing the Quirinal treaties between Italy and France. At least not on the merits. Of course, on the method, says the former Minister of Defense of the Berlusconi government, there would be a lot to laugh about.

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