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President rejects Italian government – because it’s Eurosceptic

The President of Italy, Sergio Mattarella, has blocked the formation of a government, because he wants to protect the Euro. What was the point of elections in that case? Analyst Gianluca Savoini examines the latest developments.

Published: May 28, 2018, 4:59 pm

    What is happening in Italy should alarm all the peoples of Europe. It has never happened in the history of the Italian Republic that a President does not accept the nominee of both parties that won the elections and bans a minister solely for his ideas. I repeat: for his unconventional and critical ideas towards the EU, Professor Paolo Savona has been stopped.

    But La Lega and the Five Star Movement (La Cinque Stelle, M5S), which together have the majority of Parliamentary seats, rightly did not accept this diktat and have not changed their ideas. This means that Italy will therefore have a Prime Minister who does not represent the winners of the elections, but rather someone that guarantees the grip of international powers and Free Masons who want to keep Italy in check.

    The leader of La Lega, Matteo Salvini, immediately said that Italy is a country with limited sovereignty, where international lobbies decide our future. I say that Parliament is stripped of all sovereignty, because everything is decided in Brussels and also in Germany, or better still: Mrs. Merkel and all that she represents.

    Now President Mattarella has to tell the Italians the certain date of the next elections to be held this autumn.

    The surrogates of globalist powers can try to kill democracy and create a government that lasts for ever, but then La Lega, and I think also M5S, will mobilize the town squares, so hundreds of thousands of angry Italians will march on Rome.

    The next elections will be a true referendum: between those who want a free and sovereign Italy and those who want a slave-like and submissive Italy. But these will be difficult and dangerous months, because the enemies of change are ready to do anything to stop La Lega and Matteo Salvini, destined to triumph in the next vote.

    Gianluca Savoini is Foreign Advisor to Matteo Salvini on Russia and President of the Lombardia-Russia Association.

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