“The duel between Giorgia Meloni and Elly Schlein must take place, but taking into account equal opportunities. There is no leader of Serie A nor leader of Serie B.” Antonio Tajani does not accept the exclusion of the announced televised debate: it will be one of the highlights of the electoral campaign for the session of the 8 and June 9. And the secretary of Forza Italia considers that it is unfair to exclude the leaders of the other parties: “There is a plural competition, we vote according to the proportional system Since each party is in competition. with all others, television space must be guaranteed in equal measure. Otherwise, this would create an imbalance contrary to the law. in an interview given to Messenger.


As an alternative to the face-to-face confrontation between the Prime Minister and the leader of the Nazarene, he proposes an “American-style” confrontation. In other words, “with all the leaders on stage, we are thus respecting the level playing field and the spirit of the electoral system. In this round of voting, there is no center-right versus center-left, but a different racial pattern: not between two camps but between several parties. » Instead, talk with the Corriere della Sera, Forzista returns to the alleged quarrel between him and the Minister of Economy, Giancarlo Giorgetti. The subject of the dispute is the modification of certain rules relating to Superbonus credits. “We have never discussed, I just want to see things clearly – specifies Tajani -. In our legal civilization, there are no retroactive rules, while these proposals from the Ministry of the Economy are retroactive, we are halfway through the year and it was not decided like that.”

And he announces that the text will be subject to modifications in Parliament: “We will discuss it in Parliament, after listening to the companies, we are ready to approve modifications. These are two special cases, but I want to be clear: we defend public accounts, we want to fully share a global strategy and the tactics with which it is applied.”

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