Tough clash a “A clean sweep” (La7) among the MEP of Pd, Pierfrancesco Majorino, and the former president of Lombardy Region, Roberto Formigoni, definitively sentenced to 5 years and 10 months for the collapse of the Maugeri and San Raffaele foundations and currently under house arrest. The focus of the debate is the Lombard regional emergency management coronavirus. Formigoni strenuously defends the Lombard health system: “A lot of bales are told about private health. In Lombardy, public beds have always been higher than private ones. We have accredited only very large private structures “.
The conductor, Corrado Formigli, then gives the floor to Majorino, but in vain, because the former Lombard governor continues to superimpose his voice and reiterate his reasons, forcing the journalist to lower the sound of his microphone. But Formigoni ignores Formigli’s invitation, who then warns him: “We were forced to turn down the audio, please. Then I give you the floor. He must also respect others, otherwise here is a mess. ”
The former Lombard regional councilor notes that in Lombardy everything should be redone on the public and private sectors. And he says: “I did not want to bring this thing out, however that Formigoni, condemned in relation to a relationship with private health, comes here to explain that the relationship between public and private is not ambiguous is unbelievable. It’s something that speaks for itself. “
“Bravo, bravo”, comments Formigoni, who provocatively claps his hands.
“In conclusion, she is under house arrest – retorts Majorino – He can be witty as much as he wants, but it is a fact. The problem is precisely the fact that his sentence confirms the opacity of the relationship between public and private “. “You don’t know what to say anymore. If it comes to this, it means that it has no arguments, ”replies Formigoni. “No, his sentence is history,” comments Majorino.