The three leaders say they will not vote in 2022 in order to try to control their parliamentarians in the Colle match, but …
Enrico Letta ensures that the political elections will take place only in 2023. The same speech is made several times by Giuseppe Conte. And yesterday, during the meeting with the deputies of the League, Matteo Salvini he explained to his followers that the vote will take place only at the end of the legislature. But is it really so? Not at all. Qualified sources of majority and government explain to Affaritaliani.it that the leaders of the three main parties supporting theDraghi executive they need and need to reassure their parliamentary groups that there will be no vote in the spring, even if, in reality, they are actually aiming for early political elections after the election of the new President of the Republic.
The point – they explain in the Roman Palaces – is not so much who will go to Quirinale (Draghi or another figure shared with Pierferdinando Casini, Giuliano Amato or Marta Cartabia) as well as the need to run to the polls a year earlier than expected. Obviously there is also a fourth figure, Giorgia Meloni, which from the opposition and strong of the polls has every interest in the elections in the spring. Letta, Conte and Salvini in words they assure their respective deputies and senators that the legislature will go ahead, but behind the scenes – for different reasons – they are focusing precisely on the early end of the legislature.
The secretary of the Pd is in a clear minority in the parliamentary groups and fears that in the autumn there may be a sort of congress of the internal reversal carried out by the new current of I Riformisti formed by Graziano Delrio, the former Renzians of Base Riformista and local administrators such as Stefano Bonaccini and Dario Nardella . With you he absolutely needs to put his own people in Parliament considering that today – as the team leader’s game in Montecitorio shows plastically – he controls less than 20% of parliamentarians. Salvini he needs to strengthen his leadership by silencing the moderate and governist front formed by Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti and the Governors of the North, Massimiliano Fedriga in the lead.
In essence, the sources assure, the three leaders claim that there will be no vote in 2022 in order to try to control their parliamentarians in the Colle game (otherwise everyone would be free), but once the new President is elected they will pull the plug not so much on the government (unless Draghi goes to the Quirinale) as on the legislature (with the elections almost certainly Sunday 8 and Monday 9 May). On the opposite side, against early elections, there are the various centrists, from Matteo Renzi to Carlo Calenda up to Silvio Berlusconi and all Forza Italia. The real game therefore belongs to the leaders of the large majority parties against their own parliamentary groups. A game that takes place behind the scenes and away from microphones and cameras.
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