The refrain is that of Forza Italia. But to recite it this time is Matthew Salvini. "We need a great and definitive fiscal peace to free millions of Italians held hostage by the Revenue Agency for too many years". It is a direct attack, without frills, that of the vice premier of the League who fits into the groove of the Azzurri and makes him a theme dear to Tajani and forzisti, i.e. the issue of tax bills and the need to intervene with a sort of amnesty. "For me, total tax evaders can go to jail and you can throw away the key - says Salvini - but if someone has a problem of up to 30,000 euros that has been dragging on for years, we'll close the matter. We'll ask them for a part and reset everything else" .
After all, the question of taxes is a central theme of the government Melons. The taxman is against the citizens, seems to support the executive. So much so that at the end of May the premier from Catania had defined the taxes "state lace", bringing with him a cloud of controversy and protests from the opposition.
But the leader of the Carroccio, who yesterday slapped the Minister of Justice Nordius on the desire, on the part of the Minister of Justice, to reformulate the crime of external competition in mafia association, today he maintains that the reform of justice "there must be no taboos. Just as a country cannot be blocked by a strike, it cannot be a few magistrates who block a reform". And from Matera he adds: "The justice reform is urgent because it serves the Italians. We want to do it quickly without excluding anyone, that is, by listening everyone and involving everyone. A faster justice - he concluded - also serves the magistrates ".