The electoral confrontation on TV continues to divide the political forces. After yesterday’s pressing by Matteo Renzi and Carlo Calenda to have the same spaces as the other parties, the director of Tg de La7 Enrico Mentana comes forward and proposes a comparison between the four poles in the La7 studios. “We are ready to host the leaders of the four poles in prime time on Friday 23 September for a final confrontation. If they want, it will be direct” he writes on facebook.
Meanwhile, he also protests Clemente Mastella threatening a hunger strike: “The petulant insistence of some party secretaries to monopolize the televised debates continues. We have recourse to the competent bodies to avoid yet another democratic massacre, one among many of this singular electoral campaign. The spaces should be given more to those who do not it has ministers who, even though they have resigned, continue to go to TV going crazy everywhere “. “The reasons for democracy require equal access. I will start a hunger strike if the rules are disregarded”, declared the national secretary of Noi Di Centro in a statement.
“I believe that Italians have the right to evaluate all the ideas of the parties, and therefore I look forward to a debate with the main political forces and their leaders. In a comparison with Letta’s presence, maybe I could hope to have some answers on the shameful candidates of the Pd that insult Israel and about the embarrassing brawls in the Pd of Rome (do they have to do with the insurance policies to be stipulated at the Capitol?). We could also talk, finally, of the programs: Flat Tax, Quota41, fiscal peace, energy and nuclear, security and immigration, expensive bills and purchasing power. I’m here. And the others? ” instead says the leader of the Lega Matteo Salvini.
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