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Cospito, Meloni: 'Donzelli and Delmastro remain in place. The Fazzolari case? Does not exist'


The prime minister in Milan returns to the Cospito case: "The state cannot come to terms with those who threaten it, this applies to the mafia yesterday and to anarchists today" <span style="text-decoration: underline;" (HANDLE)

"I don't think there is a need for the resignations" of the exponents of the Brothers of Italy Donzelli and Delmastro.

So Prime Minister

Giorgia Meloni on the sidelines of today's meeting in the Prefecture in Milan.

"The prosecutor's office does her job - she adds - and the Ministry of Justice has repeatedly said that they were not documents covered by secrecy. And it seems to me that this sensitive information was already present in her newspapers".

Reason why "I have no reason to say that what is in the press cannot go to Parliament".

And on the Fazzolari case.


believe that this thing has never existed and Fazzolari says he never said it.

No one has ever thought of such a thing. It is a coincidence that it does not exist".

Thus the premier Giorgia Meloni in Milan in relation to the article published today by 'La Stampa', which attributed to the undersecretary the hypothesis of including shooting among sports subjects.

"When something is denied by the interested parties - he concludes - we should take note of it. Instead we continue to talk about things that do not exist".

Target shooting in schools, Fazzolari: 'Never mentioned, invented news'

"On some things the institutions should compactly say which side they are on, there are different sensitivities on this".

Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said this at the end of a meeting in the Prefecture in Milan, responding to journalists who asked her if politics has unanimously condemned the violence of anarchists.

"It's a very delicate subject," she added.

"The state cannot come to terms with those who threaten it, this applies to the mafia yesterday and to anarchists today": said Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni at the end of a meeting in the prefecture in Milan.

Source: ansa

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