“Giuseppe Conte promised me that he would call me back on Friday but he hasn’t done it yet, maybe he will on Monday. “These are the words of Sandra Milo which in connection with “Live – It’s not the d’Urso“he explains that he resumed the hunger strike which was interrupted, at first, thanks to the intervention of the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte. “He called me, congratulated me for my career – explains Milo – and asked me what my favorite dish was, I replied spaghetti with tomato sauce, and asked me to eat them. I did it, but then I resumed my strike“.
Sandra Milo is on strike in protest for the artistsi, but more generally, as a sign of proximity to self-employed workers and VAT numbers which, in this period, are experiencing a period of severe economic and employment difficulties. Following the phone call to the actress, Conte promised to welcome her a small delegation of workersin order to find a solution for them. The two should have been hearing this Friday, but the actress didn’t get there no phone call: “I’m sure he will, she is a good persona “, Milo concludes.
At the end of the link, Barbara d’Urso asked the actress to end the hunger strike: “You are 87 years old, it is dangerous“said the TV host.