The deputy prime minister and secretary of the League, on the sidelines of his visit to the Salone del Mobile in Milan, replied to those who asked him about the controversies that arose after the declarations of the president of the Senate regarding anti-fascism in the Constitution. “I – Salvini said – will celebrate the liberation of our country, I will stay with the family for a while and I will work as I will work on May 1st”
“I am the minister of public works, I deal with the future, not with the comments that fill the newspapers. They don’t pay me to comment, my goal is to unblock construction sites, create jobs and security”. Thus the vice premier and secretary of the League, Matteo Salvini, on the sidelines of the visit to the Salone del Mobile in Milan, replied to those who asked him about the controversies that arose after the declarations of the president of the Senate, Ignazio La Russa, regarding anti-fascism in the Constitution.
Avoided the comments about Lollobrigida
As for April 25, I – said Salvini – “will celebrate the liberation of our country, I will stay a bit with the family and I will work as I will work on May 1 and as we work wherever we are, because the Italians pay us to do it”. And again: “What will La Russa do on April 25 that will make everyone agree? I know what I’m doing”. The deputy prime minister also avoided commenting on the words of Agriculture Minister Francesco Lollobrigida on ‘ethnic substitution’: “They pay me to work, build and unblock and do, not to comment,” he replied.
The Furniture Fair
“The Salone del Mobile is the representation of Italy that flies and of Italy that grows with incredible numbers, from abroad there is an almost record number of exhibitors. A city full everywhere is the image of an Italy that he has been catching up in recent months. From my point of view he is catching up on infrastructure and building site delays, the economic situation is improving” the minister said. “On May 1st we will hold a Council of Ministers where there will be another substantial and substantial increase in payrolls and lower pensions. Our work pays off. And I am also here to thank operators who, even in the dark years, did not give up, they resisted and now they allow Milan and Italy to return to the center of world attention, I am very satisfied”, concluded Salvini.