Mattarella’s end-of-year speech, Meloni: “Full sharing on work and healthcare”

The Prime Minister also expressed “gratitude to the Head of State for the specific attention to the young generations”. Schlein (Pd): “The values ​​and principles of the Constitutional Charter reaffirmed”. Conte (M5s): “From the President of the Republic an incentive to change things, not to give up.” Renzi (Iv): “From Mattarella a constant stimulus to improve the quality of Italian politics”

“Full agreement on the need to support employment, adequate wages and guarantee safety in the workplace and efficient public health”. Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said this in a telephone conversation with the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella, during which she expressed her personal appreciation and that of the entire government for the end-of-year message addressed to Italy.

“Gratitude for the attention to young people”

As a note from Palazzo Chigi explains, during the conversation with Mattarella, Meloni “defined the president’s intervention as an intervention of great depth and vision, in particular on the path towards peace and the end of conflicts, and expressed particular gratitude for the specific attention paid by the head of state to the young generations, their needs and their expectations”. The Prime Minister then “expressed her best wishes to the president and his loved ones for 2024 and for the continuation of his mandate”.

Tajani: “Freedom and peace inspire our politics”

The deputy prime minister and leader of Forza Italia Antonio Tajani also spoke on social media after his end-of-year speech: “Freedom, peace, respect for the individual, defense of the elderly, trust in young people, dignity of work are the values ​​to which he calls us the head of state. We share them and consider them the inspiring principles of our political action to be transformed into concrete facts every day.”

Schlein: “The values ​​of the Constitution reaffirmed”

“President Mattarella in his speech reaffirmed the values ​​and principles of the Constitutional Charter, managing to place them in the political, economic and social contingency that the country and the planet are experiencing. Peace and social justice, for the progress and affirmation of democracy” , said Democratic Party secretary Elly Schlein.

Conte: “From Mattarella an incentive to change things”

“The message that arrives this evening from President Mattarella is an unequivocal stimulus to change things, not to give up. We can only welcome the appeal not to get used to the horror of war and to work immediately, urgently, for peace”, he said. said the president of the M5s Giuseppe Conte. “The push not to resign ourselves to underpaid work, hatred and violence against women is also of fundamental importance, as is the urgency of not betraying the hopes of young people and their drive to combat climate change”, added the leader five-starred. “Among the challenges that we absolutely cannot let fall into the void, there is certainly that of protecting the right to health, a compromise between interminable waiting lists and treatment that is effectively denied. Let us fight with ever more determination and courage the too many economic, social and environmental. We must not get used to injustices. We must fight injustices. All together”, concluded Conte.

Renzi: “Constant stimulus from Mattarella to improve politics”

“On behalf of all of Italia Viva I thank President Mattarella for the words of humanity he used and for the constant stimulus to improve the quality of Italian politics”, said Senator Matteo Renzi in a note.