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“I’ve never happened to read such sharp words from a premier a support of general interest “. Alessandro Di Battista takes sides next to the premier Giuseppe Conte, which in an interview with the director of Everyday occurrenceMarco Travaglio warned that the state will not be a member of the Benetton in the shareholder base of Highways, so if the holding company Atlantia, the parent company of the dealership, should it not step aside its intention is to finalize therevocation process. The dossier will be discussed on Tuesday during the Council of Ministers, where it will be necessary to summarize given the positions expressed by Italia Viva, who advocates an intervention by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti diluting the shares of Atlantia without excluding it from the shareholding.
“When Conte says: ‘This government will not accept sacrifice the public good on the altar of their private interests’ “, with a clear reference to the family of Ponzano Veneto, “I feel proud and I say thank you “, continues Di Battista speaking toAdnkronos. “I’m for the nationalization Autostrade is now in the hands of the Benettons – he specifies – Maybe Conte and I don’t think the same way “. But when he “says that the state cannot be a ‘partner of those who make fun of the families of the victims’, I am absolutely with him. Full speed ahead, on this battle the whole country is with the prime minister, because all Italians know that the hardness today will avoid future tragedies “, adds Di Battista.
“I have a very loyal relationship with the Prime Minister. He knows that if I have to do one criticism I have no problem with the government doing it publicly, “adds the former MEP. “For example, I disagree with some great works – he concludes – and I insist on the need to invest in environmental service to employ hundreds of thousands of people in the next 3 years Young people reducing the impact of youth unemployment on savings of families “.
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