(ANSA) - MILAN, AUG 25 - The idea reaffirmed yesterday at the Rimini Meeting by the leader of the Democratic Party, Enrico Letta, that Mario Draghi should remain prime minister until 2023, seemed "in bad taste" at number one of the Lega Matteo Salvini, who on the sidelines of a visit to the Milanese suburb of Pontelambro, he stamped that of the secretary Dem, as a move "to remove a competitor for the Quirinale because the Democratic Party is hungry for Quirinale".
According to Salvini, it is "in bad taste to decide what Mr. Mario Draghi will do and it is certainly not the little Enrico Letta who decides what the great Mario Draghi will do, who will decide independently. And what he will decide he will tell us". "I translate the diktat of the Democratic Party 'Draghi must remain until 2023' as 'AlQuirinale I want one of the Democratic Party' - added the secretary of the League -. Even no, that's enough. I think Draghi will decide independently without Letta's indications" and also on the vote Salvini said "Draghi will decide, Letta will not decide". (HANDLE).