«If the left insists on free drugs, easy citizenship and the Zan bill, we will show what the League is made of. Thats enough. The emergencies are increases in wages and pensions, they are work and tax cuts, they are autonomy and the fight against illegal immigration. Nothing else ». Matteo Salvini is speaking more of a struggle than of government to the regional councilors of the Lega, gathered at the Pirellone to secure the re-nomination of President Attilio Fontana.
Words that were greeted by applause, as well as by a long applause was also welcomed the official confirmation that the governor is ready for an encore despite the willingness expressed by the vice president Letizia Moratti to run for the center-right in turn.
The secretary of the League, who this afternoon will instead see the big names of the party in via Bellerio, dedicated part of his speech also to congratulate Luca Zaia and Massimiliano Fedriga, the regional presidents most appreciated by citizens in a survey by Sole 24 Ore. But Zaia and Fedriga, in reality, will be the two great absentees (both justified: the first remained in Veneto due to the Marmolada disaster, the second engaged on a mission abroad) of the collegiate summit in the party headquarters.