The governor in an interview this morning had contested the exit from the Council of Ministers by the League, stressing the need for reform
Genoa – “Reforming the land registry today is like turning on the timer on a time bomb ready to explode in the face of the Italians. The first house is not touched, also a staple of the coalition program made together with the president Giovanni Toti to govern Liguria. The League will not allow the introduction of new taxes ”.
This was stated by the deputy of the League Edoardo Rixi, member of the Transport Commission and national Infrastructure manager, commenting on the words of the Ligurian governor Giovanni Toti at ‘Agorà’ on Rai3 this morning.
The governor, underlining the need for reform, had objected to the League’s exit from the Council of Ministers.
“Moreover, Toti, coming from Forza Italia, knows very well that for our coalition the house is sacred. Behind the reform of the land registry there is a drain, increase in annuities means increase in taxes deferred to 2026. The League respects the agreements made in Liguria and Rome. Hands off citizens’ pockets “.