“Not even at school, how much childishness!”. Mara Carfagna mocks the Democratic Party and its way of opposing the Meloni government. Guest of the political program “Tagadà” on LA7, the new president of Action, a party founded by Carlo Calenda, replied piquedly to the senator dem Simona Malpezzi.
During the episode of Thursday 24 November, Alessio Orsingher, shoulder of the presenter Tiziana Panella, read the agency in which the Pd secretary Enrico Letta announced for 3 December “the presentation of the proposals on the territories for the documents concerning the Budget law and the street demonstration on December 17” and concluded: “Malpezzi leader of the Pd senators said theWe present our proposals in the parliamentary halls, not in Giorgia Meloni”. A mischievous addition: the co-host knew that it was a dig by the Democratic Party at his ally for a day Carlo Calenda (he asked for and obtained a face-to-face meeting with Prime Minister Meloni to talk about changes to the maneuver, ed) and which would have provoked a reaction in Carfagna. And in fact, not even having time to finish the sentence that the former minister for the South literally burst into hearty laughter: “In the fifth grade, you didn’t get caught like this… in these words you read a bit of childishness, what a pity! ”.
Then he claimed Action’s initiative: “Well, our ambition is to demonstrate that you can stay in politics without necessarily screaming. It’s not called the square if you haven’t even read the maneuver! If you have priorities and identity, you work to process a document. We did it and called it a ‘counter maneuver’, detailed in the proposals and covers. You try to transform ideas into amendments, hoping that they will be accepted during the examination phase in Parliament”.