Mauro Lucentini, the Carroccio’s leader for the Senate in the Marche region and an outgoing deputy, is in line with his secretary and, because of this, he meets a Belarusian parliamentarian. He does not realize that this way he does damage to the country.
The meeting of Mauro Lucentini, the League’s leader in Marche, confirmed the close ties of Matteo Salvini’s party with Vladimir Putin’s galaxy. This is not acceptable behavior for Irene Manzi, the Marche’s Chamber of Deputies leader for the Pd.
“The best guarantee for Italy is its international placement. Everyone seems to have understood this except the League, which continues to wink at Putin. Mauro Lucentini, the Carroccio’s leader for the Senate in the Marche region and an outgoing deputy, is in line with his secretary and, for that matter, meets with a Belarusian parliamentarian. He does not realize that in this way he does damage to the country because it is not by having ambiguous and opaque relations with regime figures that one helps the country. Those who love Italy work to strengthen the European front with a view to achieving peace and greater solidarity, which can be embodied in the cap on gas prices or in new common debt to deal with the energy crisis. The deviations made have been possible because of our placement in the EU and the protection of our debt by the ECB. It is, therefore, very serious that at such a complex stage a representative of Parliament has relations with that of an internationally condemned puppet regime.”
“And it is serious that Lucentini, instead of understanding the enormity of the issue continues to show himself close to the Lukashenko regime. I think the right must make it clear what its intentions are when it goes to government because on the international positioning of the country our security and economic recovery is at stake. Without Europe, without the resources obtained after Covid, Italy would be in a much worse situation than the one we are facing. Those who say otherwise are lying, making the worst propaganda on the skin of Italians. Meloni and Salvini say clearly where they stand, the future of the country depends on it. This is not the way to defend the interests of Italians,” Manzi concludes.