Italy’s most important opposition parties came together in Rome on Saturday through an anti-government protest.
It is the second time in 2 weeks the leaders of Italy’s best – Matteo Salvini, Giorgia Meloni, and Antonio Tajani – have held a joint rally against the government of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
Countless chairs were placed one meter apart from one another to prevent criticism that individuals were not distancing because of the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
The League’s chief Matteo Salvini once more called for new elections, vowing to”reconstruct” Italy, at a guarantee to relatives of this nation’s over 30,000 coronavirus victims.
He explained the government’s management of this coronavirus catastrophe, calling for urgent steps to support companies.
His celebration is still top in the polls, however, the polling gap between the League and the left-wing government coalition formed by the Democratic Party (PD) and the Five Star Movement has shrunk.
The League had dropped around 7 percent of its voters at the year that followed the Salvini-triggered government tragedy that caused the creation of a new government where the League has been excluded.
But Salvini stressed the right-wing alliance, made from the League, Brothers of Italy, and Forza Italia” is prepared” if it’s the new election occurs”in a week or two in six months”.
Also, he called for criminal reform, an inherent subject in Italian politics that has to develop more lately after allegations which Salvini’s indictment – he will stand trial in October – and Silvio Berlusconi’s 2013 certainty might have been politically inspired.
The simple fact he had been in Rome also motivated him to call on taxpayers to elect a new mayor, in 2021; a person who, he stated, could”liberate” the city, now dominated by Five Star’s Virginia Raggi.
“This nation’s capital should not [only ] be recalled by tourists [as with ] potholes, crap, rats and fail”, he explained.