Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018

Focus on policy, not politics, Letta tells coalition parties


Rome, April 29 - Premier Enrico Letta told the
parties supporting his broad coalition government to focus on
what the job in hand and not their many differences on Monday.
Letta of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) was sworn in
as premier on Sunday after reaching a deal to end Italy's
two-month post-election deadlock with Silvio Berlusconi's People
of Freedom party (PdL) and the Civic Choice group of the
previous premier, Mario Monti.
It is an unprecedented, and many would argue unnatural,
grand coalition and the government may be short-lived.
"I'd like to highlight the difference between politics, as
in a dialectic, and policies, as in concrete solutions to
concrete problems," Letta told the House ahead of the first of
two confidence votes for his executive.
"If we concentrate on politics, the differences will
immobilize us. If we concentrate on policies, we will do a
service to the country by improving citizens' lives.
"We win or we lose together".

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