Reforms, Meloni to Italians: “Do you or the parties want to decide?”

During her live broadcast “Giorgia’s Notes”, the Prime Minister spoke about various topics, from the agreement with Albania, defined as “very innovative”, to the constitutional reform project and the dates of the next G7, which will be held from 13 to 15 June in Valle d’Itria, Puglia

There were several themes touched by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni during her live broadcast “Giorgia’s Notes”. The announcement of the next G7 under the Italian presidency is highly awaited, which will be held on 13 and 15 June in Puglia, more precisely in Valle d’Itria. During the half-hour live broadcast, the Prime Minister also spoke about the agreement with Albania, underlining how “it envisages that Tirana will give Italy the areas where two structures can be built. One will be a first reception center at the port, and in the more internal area there will be a second structure on the CPR model. This is a very innovative agreement”, declared Meloni. Finally, the Prime Minister did not fail to make an appeal to Italians regarding the path of constitutional reforms that the government intends to promote. “This reform is not useful to some but to everyone, and even those who are opposing it out of political calculation know this, without however offering serious arguments, because they certainly cannot tell the truth. That is, they have become accustomed to governing by losing elections and they want to continue doing so in the future. What do you want to do, do you want to count and decide or stand by and watch while the parties decide for you? This is the question we will ask if it is necessary and when it is necessary, ”she declared.