“The defense of the Italian language has nothing to do with Mussolini. Fascism ended in ’45, it’s past stuff that doesn’t interest us and doesn’t concern us” said the foreign minister commenting on it the proposal on the Italian language presented by Rampelli . Then add: “It is a law proposal by an MP, not by the government”
“The defense of the Italian language has nothing to do with Mussolini. Fascism ended in ’45, it’s past stuff that doesn’t interest us and doesn’t concern us, Mussolini has done more damage than useful things”. This was stated by Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani in the conference to the foreign press regarding the bill on the Italian language presented by Fabio Rampelli which, according to a journalist, has a Mussolini flavor. “First of all, it is a law proposal from a parliamentarian, not from the government, and the bills must be approved by the House and the Senate”, underlined the deputy prime minister. Then he added: “I have always defended the Italian language, it is the mother tongue, Dante Alighieri is the poet of Italian”.
Tajani on Pnrr: dialogue solves problems
“ We say that projects and deadlines must be respected but with the right flexibility if things change” . The Foreign Minister said this when answering a question about the delays in the road map for Pnrr funds. “It seems to me that the European Commission, in Gentiloni’s words, understood well the need for flexibility, I think it can be resolved in a few days’ time, there were two projects on which there had been an initial go-ahead on the Florence, now there are some reservations but I am convinced that dialogue will solve the problem. Neither Europe nor Italy nor the Pnrr fails here, I’m optimistic, dialogue will resolve it” concluded Tajani.
Tajani: national demonstration in Milan on 5-6 May
Tajani has also launched a national Forza Italia demonstration for 5 and 6 May in Milan. An event organized on the mandate of President Berlusconi which aims to “strengthen the political action of Forza Italia in view of the upcoming electoral appointments”, said the national coordinator of the blue, as well as Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Antonio Tajani, sending a letter to all elected officials and cadres.