Summit at Palazzo Chigi with the party's big names. The prime minister asks her for a proposal that does not limit the powers of the president of the republic. And the autonomy dear to Salvini slows down
"Work out a proposal on the premiership, being careful not to create incidents with the presidency of the Republic". Giorgia Meloni met the leaders of the Brothers of Italy at Palazzo Chigi to take stock of the reforms. The meeting lasted an hour and a half. Around the premier, among others, the group leaders of the Senate and Chamber, Lucio Malan and Tommaso Foti, but also the ministers Francesco Lollobrigida and Luca Ciriani, the president of the Senate Ignazio La Russa and the vice president of the Chamber Fabio Rampelli.
Probably the path of the reforms will start from the Chamber: "The Senate will be busy with the examination of the budget law, therefore in Montecitorio there will be more room for maneuver for institutional reforms". Meloni wants to give priority to reforms, an urgency that does not exist for the Autonomy dear to Matteo Salvini's League. The head of the Carroccio would like to bring the powers home to the regions (Lombardy and Veneto have been in the trenches for years) before the Europeans, but the line that came out of Palazzo Chigi does not look like this.
The ballet has just begun. Now, after the round of the table with the opposition, we are starting to get serious.