“Long live the united center-right, but one center-right plural“. The Minister for Regional Affairs Mariastella Gelmini reiterates his no to the proposal of the League secretary, Matteo Salvini, to give life to a federation between the two parties with a lot of unification of the parliamentary groups. A proposal that seems to have convinced Silvio Berlusconi but not his party. Starting with the ministers Mara Carfagna and Gelmini. TO Trento for the Festival of Economics, the latter claimed instead “the central and essential role of Forza Italia, which together with Lega and Fratelli d’Italia designs a broad center-right that is a candidate to win the next elections”. The latest polls confirm the consensus bleeding and soon the accounts will be redone in light of the birth of the new formation of Giovanni Toti, Courage Italy, who just as promptly rejected Salvini’s idea. The 6% attributed to Forza Italia by the surveys will not go to the League, at least for now: “Our role as moderates, reformists and pro-Europeans must be accentuated, not watered down in a federation“. No comment, however, on the hypothesis of a race to the Quirinale for Berlusconi: “It is still early to talk about these things, there is still President Mattarella,” Gelmini glissed.