Martedì, 18 Settembre 2018

Grillo blasts Letta mandate


Rome, April 24 - Beppe Grillo, the leader of the
anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M%S), on Wednesday blasted
Italian President Giorgio Napolitano's decision to give a
mandate to form a new government to Enrico Letta of the
centre-left Democratic Party.
"In Rome they are sharing out the bones and offices of the
Second Republic," Grillo said, referring to the name given to
Italy's party system after the collapse of the old establishment
in the early 1990s following corruption probes.
His comment suggested he thinks the other parties were
about to undertake backroom deals to distribute top government
positions between each other.
"In the meantime the economy isn't waiting. Every minute a
company closes. This autumn we may reach the point of no
return," Grillo added in his blog, which started the
Internet-based M5S in 2009.
Grillo said his movement would present a series of urgent
measures for business in parliament, including the payment of
120 billion euros due to firms from the public sector and the
scrapping of the IRAP business tax.

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