“Conte? I didn’t hear him and I was sorry he was only present in Naples … To start again, to rebuild, you have to put your face to it even where you get lost, as in Turin and Rome”. It is the lunge of Valentina Sganga, candidate for mayor of Turin for the 5 Star Movement who, after having administered the city for five years with Chiara Appendino, remained out of the ballot. “In a place where you lose, one day you can win, but you can do it by being close to the people who have spent on that territory …”, Valentina Sganga told Tgr Piemonte.
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According to the five-star candidate, much of the responsibility for the defeat must be attributed to the Roman leaders: “In these five years we have concentrated on the administration of the city, political action had to be exercised at the national level”.
Sganga’s outburst then continued on Facebook: “Being the mayor candidate of the 5 Star Movement in such a difficult moment in its history certainly put me to the test, but also honored me a lot. In this electoral campaign the difficulties have been enormous since from the beginning and unfortunately I alone did not have the strength to stop a widespread haemorrhage that left us with a verdict below the good results achieved in recent years by Chiara Appendino, whom I thank, and by all of us. for which in any case I take responsibility “. Then the further jab: “Having said that – he adds -, the M5S is a community. We win and lose together, at every level, local and national, in Naples as in Rome as in Turin. If this sharing fails, it means that we give a non-constructive image that is perceived by the voters. And this is an inadequate signal to the delicacy of the moment that the entire M5S is going through “.