Ovation for Giorgia Meloni al Rimini meeting. When he arrived on the scene, he heard shouting “Georgia, Georgia“. For the president of Fratelli d’Italia, this is the first participation in the event of Communion and liberation, after she had intervened remotely last year. Lots of applause also for Matteo Salvini, Enrico Letta and Antonio Tajani. Courtesy clap for Luigi Di Maio though. Speaking of energy crisisthe previous M5s have returned to ask for one European gas price ceiling. The Secretary of PDfor his part, he invoked “prices administered for 12 months to help families and businesses, it is necessary to make a law. If we do not do this, our strategy will fail, Putin’s goal is to strangle Europe”. Letta then said that he will strive to strengthen «the centrality of it Parliament»And oppose presidentialism, which – he says – “would weaken it.” In this question, Meloni replied: «We have to put the citizens back at the center, it does not seem to be an unpresented system. We have paid for the political instability with governments being formed and reformed inside buildings. This constitutional change would be very useful ». The president of Fdi added: «I was the only one who had the courage to propose preferencesso that voters choose their own candidates ».
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The immediately fierce confrontation in tone seems to contrast with the coffee the guests all had together before challenging each other on stage, immortalized byManage. On stage, notes Nino Luca, correspondent for Corriere.it, it is mainly Enrico Letta and Giorgia Meloni who continue to chat, apparently without too much excitement.
School and training
The debate then focused on the theme of school and training. While Tajani insisted on the need to also encourage technical and professional education, and Salvini reiterated the need to strengthen “the relationship between school and work”, Giorgia Meloni made a proposal. “There can be no merit if there is no equal opportunity. It is a paradox that even if we give citizenship income to many young people who could work, there is no staff, in sectors like Made in Italy», he began.
Therefore he continued «I would like the next government to establish the Made in Italy high school, to offer excellent education and give work to our young people instead of giving Rdc ». Countering the statement, Di Maio admitted: “The employment agencies have failed. It is best to let companies submit the proposal directly to the income earners. But I do not agree to abolish the measure for the weakest part of the population, such as the disabled ». Enrico Letta, however, surrendered three macro goals. 5 years to ensure that our teachers have a salary in line with the European average, to make pre-school compulsory and to extend the obligation to maturity (among some murmurs of disapproval from the audience) and the introduction of Erasmus in schools superior.
Read he then returned to the subject of the reduction of taxes on labor which would have allowed an extra monthly wage for all male and female workers. He then lashed out at free internships and internships, calling them “one of the worst things our country has done in recent years.” According to Melons, to raise wages in Italy it is necessary to lower the tax on work: “If we seriously want to address the issue, we must not talk about the minimum wage, but about the tax wedge”. As well as pointing out: “For the whole audience of self-employed people, the issue of fair compensation is important, just as I am convinced that a single system of social safety nets is needed”. He also reiterated his opposition to citizenship incomea to the extent that “it puts those who can work and those who cannot do it on the same level”: “Work has its own dignity. Assistance and work are not on the same level ».
Also Rose wanted to have his say on the salary issue: “Enterprise negotiations should be favored with the tools available, to ensure that the minimum wage is negotiated between companies and employees. You don’t fight illegal work with the minimum wage”. He then also expressed his firm opposition to the Democratic Republic of the Congo: “Poverty is not only fought with money: there is a need for a set of services that only local authorities and the third sector can provide,” he concluded.
Salvini instead he listed four “vote-proof proposals”, consisting primarily of tax reductions on overtime and bonuses for employees and co-workers. Regarding the income, he said it should be kept for those who cannot work, while “the others, the first proposal that was rejected, should rightfully lose it”. He then returned to the topic of the flat tax (which “does not affect millionaires, but families, single income up to 55 thousand euros and double income up to 70 thousand euros”), and pensions, and threw himself against the increase in the retirement age. The efforts were concluded by Tajanifocused on the support that the state should offer companies through a policy for growth, e.g Maurizio Lupi. Also according to the latter, it is necessary “to lower the tax for those who want to give the salary increase”. The final thanks followed.
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