The former Northern League Max Bastoni, from Bossi to Forza Italia. His links with Loyalty and Action and the ultras of Inter
The former Lombard regional councilor of the Max Bastoni Leagueexpelled from the Carroccio after having formed a group at the Pirellone in the last legislature which relied on Umberto Bossi's Northern Committee, adheres to Forza Italia.
"An ideal that starts from afar, which seems to listen and listen again like a breath of wind, which always returns. This was for me the dream of a free Italy" were Bastoni's first words as a blue.
And today according to Bastoni "Forza Italia is the home of those who, like me, believe in a free and federal Italy, and that Europe is above all a federation of peoples".
Bastoni in Silvio Berlusconi's party will cover the role of deputy city coordinator of Milan with responsibility for institutional relations. "With the entrance of him-comments Alessandro Sorte, Lombardy coordinator of Forza Italia - we will give a strong impetus to the federalist and autonomist ideas of our party".
Bastoni is best known for his friendships with the far-right exponents of Loyalty and Action in whose demonstrations he often and willingly participated, as well as for his ties with the Inter curve. The slogan made it famous "Sticks against immigrants", in which he played with his surname.