“If someone avoids bringing divisive issues to Parliament, they do a good service to Draghi, Mattarella and the country. If you talk about the Zan bill, Ius soli and issues that obviously divide, you are not doing the Italians a good service”. Matteo Salvini, leader of the League, expressed himself in this way in ‘Agorà, on Raitre, on the two laws that the center-left would like to pass in Parliament and which are generating controversy and divisions within the governing coalition. On the subject of the recognition of certain rights and protections against discrimination, Salvini then added: “I would vote tomorrow morning, we as the center-right presented a text to the Senate against those who attack, insult or discriminate without throwing in the children or making up new crimes that process ideas “.” We are here to solve the problems of the Italians, without deadlines. It seems disrespectful to put deadlines on Draghi, who leads a government of national reconstruction, one of those who roll up their sleeves and think that, like after the war, Italy after Covid needs to be treated, restart work and hope. Putting a deadline does not seem respectful to me, asking Draghi to say today what he will do in February 2022 “, he added.