The front of the Regions is not compact. The Sardinian governor reiterates his opposition to free everyone, skeptical as he is the colleague from Campania
SASSARI. The ally you don’t expect is Vincenzo De Luca, the volcanic governor of Campania, a Pd exponent, at the center of the news for the colorful comments and the not at all veiled threats (“we will use the flamethrowers”) against those who did not respect rules and restrictions in full lockdown. He, De Luca, is the fiercest governor together with Solinas in saying no to free everyone: no to the generalized reopening between the Regions, yes instead to differentiated choices based on the situations. The eye is particularly focused on Lombardy where the infections drop but the deaths did not: yesterday 67, the day before had been 38. The reopening of the traffic in the skies was experienced with concern by almost all the governors of the South and the islands, with Solinas who reaffirms his clear position: green light to access only with the certificate of negativity to the virus. Which certainly does not represent an immunity license but which according to the governor of the island offers a certain margin of guarantees, for the Sardinians and for the visitors themselves. The discussion is still open and lively, between video conferences, close meetings, steps forward and reverse. The last word, in front of a front of the Regions compact only in saying the compulsory certificate, is up to the Government. And the decision, unless there is a sensational step backwards, remains the one taken on Friday late in the evening: yes to travel between Regions from June 3 and green light to travel within the European Union, pending the definitive reopening extra EU announced for June 16th.
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