“Always the fault of the politicians, no”. Paolo Mieli a Half past eight replica a Lilli Gruber who has a guest in the studio Nicola Gratteri. In the June 9 episode of the La7 program, the former Corriere director wants to specify that “what is happening is all the fault of the magistrates”. The reference is to the Palamara and Amara case that has been holding court in recent months and that opens Pandora’s box, showing justice that is anything but fair and impartial. To avoid being accused of making a shit out of everything, Mieli specifies: “I obviously mean that minority of magistrates and not all of them”. According to the journalist, it is necessary to “take the magistrates who have done the best performances and send them to those who did the worst“. In short, a lesson to those who have not done their job properly.
A few episodes ago, Mieli had always taken the presenter off guard. All the fault of a question and answer. The reporter had in fact remembered some words of Mario Draghi on the end of the legislature. But Mieli had not had time to conclude that Gruber had intervened, recalling that those words had actually been spoken by Salvini. “Salvini, not Draghi”. An exit that had unleashed Mieli: “No Salvini, Draghi”, he replied.
And actually the words had been of the leader of the League, a guest just to Half past eight. Here the number one of the Carroccio had exposed the intentions of the party: “We will accompany Draghi until the end of the legislature, in a year and a half. I hope it goes on as much as possible, it is giving new energy and hope to Italy. If I think of Conte and the wheeled benches, it seems to me that the world has changed “.