Salvini: “From von der Leyen squalid threat, we will make motion censorship”


This was stated by the leader of the League commenting on the words of the president of the EU commission Ursula Von der Leyen on Italy. “On Sunday the Italians vote, not the Brussels bureaucrats, if I were the president of the EU Commission I would worry about the bills”

“It is a squalid threat, an unsolicited invasion of the field. The lady represents all Europeans, her salary is paid by all of us, it was a disgusting and arrogant threat”. Thus the leader of the League Matteo Salvini replies to the words of the president of the EU commission Ursula Von der Leyen on Italy. “The parliamentary group of the League – adds Salvini – will present a motion of censure. On Sunday the Italians vote, the bureaucrats or bankers of Berlin, Brussels or Paris do not vote, the workers, entrepreneurs, temporary workers, pensioners and the disabled vote,” if they make good peace on the left “- he concludes – if I were the president of the EU Commission I would worry about the bills”. POLITICAL LEADERS – FIND YOUR PARTY: THE SKY TG24 QUIZ – FIND A COLLEGE – SEAT GAUGE – HOW DID YOU GET TO THE VOTE?)

Priority bills

“Government team? I await the vote of the Italians”, adds the leader of the League. “Anyway, I have a few names for the ministers, I think a lawyer like Bongiorno would be a guarantee”. Then on the revision of the Constitution announced by Giorgia Meloni: “Before changing the Constitution, let’s think about the bills. Thinking about what we can do in two or three years is fine, but the priority for the League is to help Italians pay their bills”, he continues Salvini. “The first decree of the new government will be to block increases in bills. Giorgia is right to think about the future, but the Constitution is everyone’s card so a change must involve everyone”



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