One man show, that of Giuseppe Conte a Fourth Republic. The program of Nicola Porro, in the episode of Monday 13 September, opens with a long interview with the former premier and current leader of the M5s, who talks about himself across the board. And some passages of the interview are unforgettable because they are surreal.
It starts from Domenico Arcuri, which Conte still tries to defend despite the disasters at the time of his coordination of the Covid emergency. For example, the grillino asks himself: “What was wrong with building Primroses in the middle of cities?”. The reference is obviously to purple primroses, the very expensive vaccination hubs swept away by General Figliuolo. And again, still speaking of Arcuri, conte says: “As soon as the pandemic broke out, I asked Arcuri for a courtesy for the country: I asked him to dedicate himself body and soul to saving the country“. How it ended, we have all seen a bit.
So, speaking of himself, the alleged people’s advocate states: “I left Palazzo Chigi and went among the people, to get some oxygen.” Then he reveals how even in the family they breathed a sigh of relief once his role as premier was over: “In the family, when the Count1 finished, everyone was happy. I lived some days of tranquility. “We then move on to his M5s, and Conte says:” The limit of the second term must first pass from the evaluation of the members. “In short, as always among the grillini, everything and the opposite of everything is valid.
Finally, a mention of Giuseppe Conte’s words on Matteo Salvini: “I have no personal problems with Salvini, he is also a nice person. But about immigration I told him from the beginning that the repatriation system had to be improved”. And again: “I did not agree with some aspects of Salvini’s security decrees. But I made compromises”, concluded Giuseppe Conte.