Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018
ROME

Berlusconi says center-left parties fear being overtaken

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Rome, February 5 - Former premier and center-right
political leader Silvio Berlusconi on Tuesday said his rivals
are "desperate" and said current Premier Mario Monti "let me
down".
Speaking during an interview on the Studio Aperto news
program, run by a channel he owns, Berlusconi said that leaders
of Italy's left are "desperate because they thought they had
victory in their hands. Instead, their program goes in the
direction of continuity of the policies adopted by this
government over the past 13 months," a program of increased
taxes and "robber taxes for companies," Berlusconi said.
"They can't see anything else but our closing in on them,
we're in the passing lane".
In a separate interview with TGcom24 - another
Berlusconi-owned broadcaster - the media magnate and leader of
the People of Freedom (PdL) party said that the government of
Premier Mario Monti disappointed him.
"He turned out to be a totally different person than we
thought he was".
Berlusconi said Monti had "no credibility" since he entered
politics because he had promised to be an innovator but instead
allied himself with center right and centrist leaders Gianfranco
Fini and Pierferdinando Casini, "who were in parliament 30 years
ago".

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