An audio with strong tones in which he asked for a greater economic commitment from the coalition parties that support him in his race for the Milan administrative offices: Luca Bernardo, candidate for mayor of the center-right, sent it, explaining to the Milanese leaders of Forza Italia, Lega, Fratelli of Italy and Milano Popolare to be ready to go back to doing his job, that is the doctor, if no more money arrives to continue the electoral campaign.
"I leave you the message so it remains black and white, but I kindly ask as secretaries of the responsible parties that if by this week at least 50 thousand euros do not arrive for all parties for this campaign that costs much more, I Monday morning at I am convening a press conference and will say that I am withdrawing from the electoral contest. It is the last message I leave you because we cannot go on like this ", explains Bernardo. "Thank you if some party has already done so but I repeat: if I see a different version on the current account and if I do not see complete and total harmony on the electoral campaign, which I only see of some and I do not say of whom unlike others, I will withdraw on Monday - he continues - it is not my habit to retire but I go back to doing my job that I like so much ".Bernardo concludes his message by explaining that "on Monday at 10 am I will hold this press conference if I have no other indications. a month and a half of my presence in politics ".
So much ado about nothing
. It is true - Bernardo later wrote in a note - that in a private audio with the citizen secretaries of the parties I asked for a further economic effort in view of the last two weeks before the first round, the tones were more determined to speed up the bureaucracies of the parties already very much involved in their own races. The center-right is increasingly united ".
"The Salvini Premier League, the Brothers of Italy, Forza Italia, the Luca Bernardo Mayor list, Maurizio Lupi Milano Popolare and the European Liberal Party confirm their maximum commitment to support Luca Bernardo's candidacy". This is what is read in a joint note by the Milanese leaders of the center-right parties Stefano Bolognini, Stefano Maullu, Cristina Rossello, Maurizio Bernardo, Alessandro Colucci and Flavio Ramella. "The great turnout and success of all the events organized in these days in Milan for Luca Bernardo show us a great desire for change in the city and above all a concrete possibility of obtaining a very good real result far beyond the survey data", continues the Note. "Unfortunately - the leaders of the center-right coalition write - we have been penalized by a delay in the possibility of using the electoral spaces. Also for this reason, in the next two weeks we will make every effort to sensitize the Milanese to the vote and to convince them to change leadership of the city ".