In recent days, the contacts between Silvio Berlusconi And Matteo Salvini they have been constant. Giuseppe Conte’s tear from the Draghi government worries the leaders of the center-right government, who face a united front in the face of the fickleness and irresponsibility of the 5-star movement. The secretary of the League and the leader of Forza Italia have heard several times on the phone and work closely and in harmony. In the last joint note issued, they explain what the next steps will be to take to resolve a crisis that risks being devastating for the country.
“Lega and Forza Italia take note of the serious political crisis irresponsibly triggered by the Cinquestelle which, as President Mario Draghi underlined, ‘has undermined the pact of trust underlying government action’“, reads the statement released at the end of the last phone call between Silvio Berlusconi and Matteo Salvini.”After what happened, the government center-right wants clarity and acknowledges that it is no longer possible to count on the 5 Star Movement in this dramatic phase.“, reads the note again. Forza Italia and Lega underline that they are”alternative to those who do not vote for billions of aid to families, to those who oppose a fundamental waste-to-energy plant to clean up Rome and thus protect millions of citizens, to those who defend the abuses and waste of citizenship income, to those who can only say No“.
For this reason, Silvio Berlusconi and Matteo Salvini explain, “we will listen with respect and attention to the considerations of President Mario Draghi, who reacted with understandable firmness in the face of irresponsibility, delays and votes against. The government center-right will continue to defend the interests of Italians with seriousness and consistency, certainly not having fear of the judgment of the Italians“.
During the day, Silvio Berlusconi also had a telephone conversation with Lorenzo Cesa, UDC secretary, on the government crisis. Il Cavaliere is committed to holding firm the center-right government alliance in view of the communications of the Prime Minister, who will arrive at the Chambers on Wednesday for a majority verification, which will definitively parliamentarize the crisis. In this way, the M5s will be formally reminded of their responsibilities.