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State of emergency in Italy, “government aims to stop on July 31”

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May 31, 2021

The state of emergency covid for Italy? The government is aiming for a stop on July 31st. To explain it, in an interview with Corriere della Era, is the Minister for Regional Affairs, Mariastella Gelmini. “I think – he explains – the time is near to overcome the state of emergency: if we are good at the deadline, which is currently scheduled for 31 July, there will be no need to extend it. And it will be a good sign of a return to normality”. Read also As regards the duration of the executive, according to Gelmini “Governments have no deadline: this executive was created to bring the country out of the health and economic emergency. We are emerging from the nightmare of the pandemic and there is still a lot to be done to secure the resources of the Next Generation Eu. Once this is done, politics will be able to return to its physiology. “The pandemic – he added – has changed many things in European politics and has helped to define a less anti-European position of the League, closer to our position. However, it does not seem to me that the same thing can be said for the other allied movements. of Salvini, it is a premature proposal “, then explains the minister regarding the proposal made by the leader of the League of a union between the center-right parties at European level. And after the latest positions taken by the Foreign Minister, Luigi Di Maio, in matters of justice, “as in poker you have to go and see the cards. The opportunity will soon be there, with the reforms of the Minister Cartabia”, he stresses.

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