Woken up by the endless queues in front of the stations, the Northern League minister wants to intervene on the rules (which made him quarrel with Draghi), but it is complicated and in the meantime he is thinking of an effective intervention
From Rome to Milan. More taxis around not in one, two, or three years, but directly from this summer. The promise is one that is hard to believe. Especially if you look at who's doing them. But Matteo Salvini has made up his mind to amaze. Convene, gather, listen. He wants to do something incredible: change the rules for taxis and car hire, but above all, increase the number of taxis. Something that not even Mario Draghi could dooverwhelmed by the protests of the taxi drivers in front of Palazzo Chigi, ridden by Salvini and the Lega (the unforgettable dig that the premier reserved for the Northern League during his last speech to the Senate just a year ago: "Unauthorized and violent protests are not supported").
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