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Salvini at Palazzo Chigi to meet Draghi: “We must lead a path of pacification. Unthinkable to leave unvaccinated policemen at home “

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Lega secretary Matteo Salvini entered Palazzo Chigi for a meeting with Prime Minister Mario Draghi. This morning the head of the League announced that he wanted to see the premier because he was “worried” by the pre-electoral climate and to ask him to “lead a path of pacification” of the country. “It is unthinkable to leave even a single policeman at home, especially after the commitment and sacrifices of the last few months. The police have worked with courage and professionalism even in the hardest moments of the fight against Covid, without vaccines and with contagions on the rise, risking their own health. They deserve respect and gratitude, not complications ». Thus the leader of the Carroccio commented after the denunciation of some unions that speak of 30 percent of unvaccinated policemen in some mobile wards.

“Pulling out the skeletons from the past is not good for Italy and is not good for the government”, Salvini declared in the morning. of this government, it cannot allow Italy to encounter enormous problems ”Salvini then paused to analyze the situation of the country, in a state of fibrillation after the clashes and violence last Saturday in Rome.

“We were not able to stop a misfit with Daspo, so I’m worried,” Salvini continued, “Ilva, Alitalia, the revision of the land registry, 120 million tax bills from Equitalia leaving. I asked President Draghi for a meeting because prevention is better than cure. Otherwise you can also have a genius as prime minister, but if the machine is out of control you don’t go far ».

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