Emilia Romagna, Quirinale: “Government presence welcome, but not imposed”

The response to the controversy triggered by Minister Musumeci, who complained about the lack of presence of executive representatives during the visit of the Head of State

“The President of the Republic does not require the presence of government representatives when visiting Italian territories. Moreover, it is always appreciated by President Mattarella. It has always been like this, since the beginning of the first seven years”. He claims it Giovanni Grasso, adviser for the press and communication of the Quirinaleanswering those who ask him about the controversy triggered by the Minister for Marine Policies and Civil Protection, Nello Musumeci, who complained about the lack of presence of government representatives during the visit of the Head of State in Emilia Romagna.

The Quirinale – continues Grasso – has never made invitations on such occasions. But if anyone wants to come, they’re welcome.”



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