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Berlusconi calls on Salvini to be 'coherent' on TAV


Susa, August 8 - Forza Italia (FI) leader Silvio
Berlusconi on Wednesday called on Interior Minister Matteo
Salvini to ensure that the League-5-Star Movement (M5S)
government does not scrap the TAV Lyon-Turin high speed rail
line project.
League leader Salvini has said he thinks the project should
go ahead but his government partners in the M5S have long been
hostile to it.
Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli, an M5S member, has said
he is doing a cost-benefit analysis to decide whether to halt
the TAV.
"The Turin-Lyon is a fruitful project," Berlusconi told
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani on the telephone
during a meeting with local administrators of the Valle di Susa
area near Turin.
"We must be close to the League and ask Salvini to behave in
a way that is coherent with the ideas of the centre right.
"We have to be vigilant on this".
The League and FI were alliance partners in the run-up to
March's general election.
FI gave its blessing to the League to form a central
government with the M5S to break a long deadlock following the
vote after the anti-establishment group refused to negotiate
with the whole centre-right alliance.
FI and the League still govern many regions together.

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